Westwood High School
200 Nahatan Street
*» Ms. Parks
Written and presented at Class Day, on behalf of the Class of 2011 ,
by Ailyn Pestana
vividly remember my first day of high school. Specifically, I recall the anxiety I felt as
pushed open the front door and stepped into the next chapter of my life. But I also
remember that there, in the center of the lobby, was someone to welcome me and
all of us. Later in the morning, that person stood on stage and spoke to all 211 of us
freshmen, and she did something I did not expect. She transformed my anxiousness,
into excitement for the possibilities. Her presence and her words changed the
atmosphere that morning, and they have continually and positively impacted our high
school careers since. For her encouraging and committed leadership, the members of
the Class of 2011 , dedicate the Yearbook to, our Principal, Ms. Emily Parks.
Ms. Parks began her career at Westwood High School as a social studies teacher in
1994. She advised the academic decathlon team and co-founded and coached the
girls' indoor track team. In 1999 she became the Dean of Ninth Grade Students. The
following year she became the Assistant Principal, and in 2005 she took the helm
as Principal. This summer Ms. Parks will become the Westwood Public Schools'
Assistant Superintendent. Today we thank her for investing 18 years to serving and
shaping Westwood High School, and giving four of those years to our class.
We have a great school. This is a school in which we're nice to one another. We know
our teachers care about us, we care about each other, and we're motivated to achieve
our best. Ms. Parks has had the leading role in creating the positive environment of
our school. She has created a place in which we are all encouraged to thrive.
^^^^^^3 captured this when she said,
"Ms. Parks has fostered a community where students are motivated and have strong
relationships with teachers."
"I am now the third student in the Clapsis family to have known Ms. Parks. She has
elevated Westwood to one of the best high schools in the state. She has done that, in
part, by placing a lot of trust in students, and giving us a lot of freedom. For that, we
are very appreciative."
In nominating Ms. Parks for the yearbook dedication, a number of members of the
class referred to Ms. Parks' speeches. Since the first of her speeches /heard I've
been struck by her eloquence, but even more, by her messages. They often seemed
simple, yet, speech after speech, her words never failed to resonate in my mind.
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In just a few words, Ms. Parks can get the right
message across. After the presentation by the guest
speaker for the pre-prom assembly, Ms. Parks stood up
and simply said,
"I want you to know that there are people who care
We didn't really need the whole hour assembly: we just
needed to hear that. As always, she said exactly what
we needed to hear.
words. She said:
ivliljlagrees with the power of Ms. Parks'
"Ms. Parks has the most inspirational speeches. She
knows exactly how to address us to get us to open our
eyes to wonderful opportunities, and to better know
what we hold."
Her words keep us on track, and keep us dreaming of
Beyond her speeches, Ms. Parks encourages us in
many ways. She has supported us as a group and as
individuals. With her presence in school and at the
events that matter to us, she lets us know she cares.
Somehow Ms. Parks knows what interests each of us.
When she passes us in the halls, she wishes us good
luck on game day, says congratulations for a great
meet the night before, or compliments us on the artwork
exhibited in the hall.
^^^^^^ and ^^^^^^^^said,
"She always encourages us to keep up our music."
"She has always been a support. She is committed to
keeping us true to WHS excellence."
"Ms. Parks has been an amazing principal and is very
involved and personable. She forms relationships with
the students and has been part of the reason I had
such a great four years."
Thanks to Ms. Parks, we are positioned to walk through
the doors of the next chapters of our lives -feeling less
anxious, and more excited for the possibilities.
^^^Q^^^^^n summed it up:
"Ms. Parks deserves the dedication."
Ms. Parks -
You have created a positive environment in which we
can pursue what we love, and achieve our best.
You have inspired us with your caring and eloquent words.
You have supported us as a community and as
We sincerely thank you.
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Ms. Goodloe Ms. Poreda
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Ms. Cataldo Officer Pindel Ms. Kelsch
School Psychologist School Resource New Teacher Program
Ms. Russell Mr. Bean Ms. Cable Ms. Frasca
Mr. Dore Ms. Chu
Mr. Dolleman Ms. Donahue
Mr. Geary Ms. Gibb Mr. Macuk Ms. Magee
Ms. Furber Mr. McEachern Ms. Ricard Mr. Rocha
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Legislative Council is comprised of elected representatives of
each grade and tfie faculty. Members fiave an important role
to play in maintaining and improving the school community. The
Council reviews Student Handbook policies and proposes changes or
additions to it. Some proposals come from the Council members and
others are brought by members on behalf of their constituents. Pro-
posals that pass in Council must be approved by the Administration
to become part of the WfHS Constitution. Proposals debated this year
include: junior/senior privileges, use of music players in free blocks,
and the change of credits required for students to participate in extra-
^iy ; n,OW (L-R): Steven Harrington. Tyler Cook. Jake Greenberg. Julia Bugeau-Heartt. Ms. Gabriei
I^ianey Russell. Noati Ouellene, Ctiioe Snyder BACK ROW: Erik Maloney. Ms. Maloney. Mr. McEache-
"dfiey Pease. Will Spear. Jake Indursky. Shayan Salam. Marina Shkuratov. Stiane Troy. Andrew Brods- .
Chns Lui. Mr. Fanning NOT PICTURED: Brian Delsignore, Jackson tiarringgton. Zoe Jordanides. Me ;
Kelly, Jonathan Anamateros. Jing Li. Molly McLaughlin. Mr. Kelly. Ms. Higgins. Ms. Magee. Mr. Shurr :
Ms Testa, Ms. Witzburq M' or.rr.„„-.r,r.„ Us. Sharry, Ms. Gates
Student Council is comprised of a group of students from each
grade who invest time and creativity energy into planning the
school's social agenda. The Councils primary function is to
organize and execute school events aimed at raising school pride and
school spirit. Some of this year's Student Council activities include: the
Halloween costume contest: the fall pep rally featuring Step Team and a
tug-of-war between seniors and faculty: the Neon Dance: and the sphng
FRONT ROW iL-R;: Matt Levine. Mary OSullivan. Shauna Wassmus. McKenna Ljpica MIDDLE
ROW: Heather Sullivan. Shannon Hogan, Nicky Pettit. Alison Campion. Ms, Lawless. Ms Rosengarer
BACK ROW: Joe Cushman, Scott McKenna. Joe Lally. Chris Buri(e NOT PICTURED: Faridat llupeju
Lan Ngo. Nick Webtier. Will Arnold. Nick Anionellis, Nicholas Adjami. Nathan Daley, Jing Li, Ullas Rao
Dave Von Euw, Kyle Fedorowicz
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(L R): Harley Pease, President, Maggie James, Secretary, Sammy Brooks
Vice President, Sinead Walsh, Treasurer
The purpose ol Spanish Club is to celebrate Spanish
speaking culture, language and people. Most meetings
consist ol eating, dancing, and exploring Spanish and La-
tino culture, which is both fun and informative. In addition
to the fun activities in school, the club has many outings,
such as restaurant excursions. This year the group trav-
eled to Boston to view a Spanish film festival and then, had
a Spanish film festival of their own. In the spring Spanish
Club members participated in the Scooper Bowl, run by
the Jimmy Fund, for whom they'd raised money earlier in
the year. This year a new activity for the club was Skyp-
ing with students from [Mexico and Spam. Generally, the
group helps its members explore other cultures and feel
more connected to the language they are learning. This
club means a lot to its members. They love the atmosphere
and the fun things in this club. "Viva Espanal"
FRONT ROW iL-R) Annie Craig, Molly O'Brien, Kaitlin Plecinoga, Mana Munar, Holly Griffin, Emily
Palerson, Calla Tiben, Camille Harnnglon, Jackie Koun, Riley Cacfielin MIDDLE ROW: Srta. Tesla.
Catherine Leonard. Andrea Simi, Nicole Chan, Keelin Henderson, Jackie Henry, Elise Harrington, Karia
Bachiller, Siobhan Burke BACK ROW: Mana Salami, Mina Rowe, Ari Ventola. Jenna Launie, Melame
Zakha, Jessica Ralph, Celia Johnston Not Pictured Bele Wanboko
The purpose of this club is to have fun doing math and
to compete with fellow math-lovers from Westwood and
other communities at Math Meets. Math Team pushes
students to understand math on a deeper level. Typically
at meetings members do practice round problems, then
Mr. Baylor goes through the problems with them. Club
members are from different grades and levels of math
experience. The meetings are typically really relaxed and
often involve candy and prizes
for correct answers! Students
improve mathematical knowl-
edge and understanding and
try their best in competitions.
In the words ol one WHS
mathlete, "You can never know
everything, but we try."
FRONT ROW (L-R): Caitlin Cassidy. Enca Oh, Manna Shkuralov BACK ROW Mr Baylor, Thomas
McNulty, Tommy Hu. Kenneth Long, Chnstopher Tso. Edward Han
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Key Club's focus is community service. The Key Club, which is a national
organization, is known for helping the communities around which each chap-
ter is centered. It encourages its members to do at least 30 hours of service
a year. This year the Westwood Key Club strived to expand volunteer op-
portunities for the club and its individual members. (Members brainstormed
service ideas and tried to expand the reach of their time and energy. This
year, the group organized a food drive, collecting non-penshable food dona-
tions, to benefit families in need during the winter holiday season. In Febru-
ary, the club sold Valentine carnations to raised money for the Alzheimer's
Foundation. They also participated in various fund raising and awareness
raising walks, such as the Walk for Diabetes in Boston. Key Club promotes
volunteerism and gets people involved in community service, which is both
enjoyable and meaningful.
FPON" =;.,■, _■- ^ :d'; Cochfan. Caitlin Adamakis. Karla Bachiller. Erica Nagle. Dhvam Patel
BACK ROW Jessica Sykowski, Tracie Winn. Angela Wickett. Keelin Henderson. Eva Daniels.
Kaitlin Hogan, Jon Sayah
Friendship Club is a collaboration between WW High
School and the TEC class. It provides opportunities for
members to develop new friendships and have fun in
the process. Typically dunng a meeting, members go
out to the field and play catch with a football, go to the
gym to play basketball, play board games in the room.
and just have an overall good time.
Every year, the goal for the club is
to make sure that everyone has
fun. The members take part in this
club because they like it and enjoy
spending their time there. In that
sense, they accomplish their goal
every time they meet. One senior
member of the club said. "Give
Fnendship Club a chance, and you
won t regret it."
FRONT ROW (L-R): Will Marlel. Daniel Machl. Michael Santiago. Thomas Hanley. Ben Martel. Gillian
Hutt. Lori McTernan. Bella Chnslopherson, Juliana Barounis. Samaniha Jantaza, Hannah Orcuti:
BACK ROW: Patrick Albert, Emily Kirstein. Yona Hamill. Cory Krakowsky, Jonathan Harper. Connor
Beatty, Jake Ljpica, Andrew Fiumedora. John Khan, Brendan Dalton, Shane Troy, Adam Shipp, Brian
Richardson, Carol Han, Molly Wolt, Sebastian Lis, Matthew Cannon, Mike Papianou
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The Science Team is worl<s hard to win its monthly com- j
petitions against nearby schools. Members each study
and prepare for their chosen event, and their knowledge
is then put to the test. During competitions, students try
there hardest to win in their events. Every year, they
strive to improve their performances at the science
meets and get a better ranl<ing than the previous years'.
Over the years, the Science Team has consistently im-
proved and this year they got 1 3th place in the Olympiad,
a feat never before achieved. Science Team members
join the club because they want to challenge themselves
and they want to get to know people who share their in-
FRONT ROW IL-R) Patrick Sleight, Eliza Kaplan, Leah Schroeder. Mary OSullivan
BACK ROW: Mr Shuman, Jason Deliflannis. P.J- Cook. Marina Schkuratov. Amanda Thomas, Shane
Troy, Harry Clapsis, Kyle Menyhed, Steven McCarthy, A.J, Sadler NOT PICTURED: Jake Indursky,
Will Spear, Anthony Antonellis. Ailyn Pestana
Iaiional Honor Society is a national organization that
recognizes students for their scholarship, leadership,
character, and service. At Westwood High School,
students are invited to apply if they have a weighted GPA of
3.5 or higher, and if they exhibit the four core values of NHS.
Each member of NHS is expected to complete forty hours
of community service. Some of the hours are completed
as a group and some are done individually. This year NHS
sponsored the annual Red Cross Blood Drive and organized
a can and bottle drive. Dr. Zarrow was the invited faculty
speaker lor the annual induction ceremony this April.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Anne Lally. Charlie Audi, Shannon Hogan. A.J. Sadier. Eliza Kaplan. Ellen Kunkel. Elena Maimonis. Riiey Cachelin. Shayan Salam SECOND ROW.
Believe Opara. Michael Lannum. Samaniha Liu. Erin Curran. Melanie Zahka. Lucie liflonlgomery. Arranda Thomas. Erica Sweeney. Leah Schroeder. Mary Sullivan. Ailyn
Peslana, Klaudia Pogace THIRD ROW: Ullas Rao, Thomas McNully, Tommy Hu. Edward Han. Ham Singer. Kenneth Long. Kyle Menyhert. Jessica Donovan. Josh Goldberg.
John Delsignore. Myles IVIcDonough. Kevin Sennott FOURTH ROW: Megan Porler. Nicole Moyian. Alanna Leahy. Enn O'Connor. Jessica Burns. Pal Masi-Phelps. Mike
McNully. Bretl Hotter. Kylie Blizzard, lulolly McLaughlin. Rachel Berluti. Kalie Ginsberg. Sophie KarpI FIFTH ROW: Sammy Pease. Shane Troy. Jacqueline Martin. Manna
Shkuralov, Keelin Henderson. Alison McNulty. Nicole Chan, Francesca DeBenediclis, Christina Koutris, Alison Campion, Sydney Kaplan BACK ROW: Kalhryn Gillaland,
Nicole Lania. Josh Babbin. Pal Sleighl. Greg Keene. Jamie Conner. Harry Clapsis. Anthony Antonellis. Jake Indursky NOT PICTURED: Kara Belinsky. Sarah Biron. Stephen
Campion, Samuel Culler. Caillin Delorey. Ani Derderian. Callee Donovan. Kyle Fedorowicz. Alexandra Jackson. Bnanna King, Ashley Little)ohn, Steven McCarthy, Patrick
O'Donnell, William Spear. Kelley Steeves.
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Jazz Band is an extracurricular activity that meets one
night every week. It is a selective band, for which
members must audition to be accepted. Led by Ms.
Labedz, students perform rock. jazz, funk and other popular
music genres. This year they performed at both the spring
and winter concerts. Two of their most popular songs are
"Honk." and the contemporary swing tune "Zoot Suit Riot'.
Additionally. Jazz Band performed at Encounters with the
Arts, and in Philadelphia, at Hershey Park.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Chris Tso, Sammy Pease. Alison Campion, Stephen Campion. Elidi Chan
MIDDLE ROW Ed Han. Chris Lui. Alison t^cNulty. Keelin Henderson. Erin Curran. Will Spear,
Ms Labedz BACK ROW; Conor Emerson, Eril< Brakke, Hayley Lim. Nick Elliot, Conor Dutfy, Ben
Ganlert. Harley Pease, Nathaniel Teebagy, Rebecca Malin, Ham Singer
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Passing Notes is an a capella (without musical ac-
companiment) group which is an extension of the
chorus class offered in school. Its members are pas-
sionate about singing and invest a lot of time into re-
hearsing interesting, often complex, arrangements of
contemporary songs. Passings Notes members push
themselves to improve. They compare and contrast
their performances by using technology to listening to
other musicians' renditions of the same song. Passing
Notes performs at school concerts. Encounters with the
Arts, and other community events. This year the club
achieved one of its goals by doubling the number of its
members from the previous year.
FRONT ROW (L-R|: Kathenne Santisi. Claire UnderhiU, Alex Jackson, Elise Blanchard. Sophia Malonson
BACK ROW: l^r Renoni, Leanne Murray, Annie Murray, Kathanne Nedder. Lucie Montgomery, Ben
Beal, Justin Magnan, Steven Kane, Mike VentI, Nick AdjamI, Becky Mailn
"he members of Westwood Ambassadors represent
the WHS community by welcoming and assisting
new students, by acting as role models to the 8th
graders and assisting them with plans as they transition
to high school. The Ambassadors visited Thurston Middle
School in February to help the future freshmen with their
course selection. In June, the Ambassadors gave the 8th
graders tours of the high school and helped them locate
their Summer Reading Groups. Throughout the year, as
new students join the WHS community, the Ambassadors
plan activities to make them feel welcome.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Gabbie Giugliano, Alyson Grealish MIDDLE ROW Leati Singleton, Kathenne
Loiacono, Jackie Kouri, Andrea Simi, Catherine Leonard, Karla Bachiller, Kaitlin Hogan BACK ROW;
Chad Giacchetto, Rachel Masotta, All Mealey, Lee Hattieid, Annie Husted, Stephanie Mace,
Julia Tuccen, Sebastian Lis
The Anime Club has fun exploring and shanng anime. which is a Japanese form of car-
toon. Anime spans many genres, from silly romantic comedies, to fantasy adventures,
to high-tech science fiction, t^uch of anime deals with "real-life" topics and complex
relationships between characters. At Anime Clubs Friday meetings, members look
at anime publications, draw anime characters and view Japanese shows or popular
movies. The growing club's goal lor this year was to further enlighten and expose the
members to the Japanese culture. Every year Anime Club members take a tnp to the
Boston Anime Convention, one of the largest in the Northeast area, where participants
dress up as their favorite anime character and celebrate all things anime!
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FRONT ROW (L-R). Sabrina Farley, Leanne l^urray, Rebecca Rice, Allison Black, Jenny Young, Julian Zamu-
dio Kathryn Gilliland. Becky Farley BACK ROW; Sasha Slone. Haley Smith, Rebecca Axworttiy, Samaniha
Muzzi, Taline Doursounian, Matthew Muellers, Dorian Oberstem Thomas Mandeville, Ehren Wong
FRONT ROW (L-R): Carol Han, Bella Chrislopherson, Nevin Dizari, Jing Li, Manna Shkuratov. Artem
Shkuratov, Sean Mula BACK ROW: Alex Young. Bele Wanboko, Edward Kelly, Lan Ngo, Enca Oh
FRONT ROW (LP' r '•-_:; ■■- ■:- vame Matthias, Natasha Luando. Nisoyns Martinez
BACK ROW; Macston Maccow, Oryanna Ferguson, Timothy Adams, Karma Cruz, Julian Zamudio.
Kimberly Huang, Alex Young
Film enthusiasts founded the Movie Club this year to share
their enjoyment of watching movies. They watched a range
of films from various time periods and genres, including
Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" and the recent animated hit.
"Kung Foo Panda". In addition to viewing the films, club
members react to and talk about the movies they watch
and have general discussions about film, such as how film
genres have changed as our society has changed.
FRONT ROW: Sophie KarpI MIDDLE ROW |L-R): Shayan Salam, Alison Campion, Dam Kessler,
Alison McNulty. Kate Grolon BACK ROW: Kevin Sennott. Leah Schroeder. Melanie Zahka
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Dance Team., a
The Dance team choreographs dance pieces and
performs them at a variety of events throughout
the year, including the fall Pep Rally, the spring
Talent Show, and many basketball games. Their
dances combine several different styles, includ-
ing jazz, hip-hop. modern, and step. The team
meets weekly to learn and practice their routines
and to generally hang out and have fun. Before
performances their rehearsals become more
intense and they work on refining each move.
Since members have diverse backgrounds and
levels of experience with dance, they learn a lot
from one another.
FRONT ROW (L-R); Carina Wong, Lisa Peine. Viveka Mastandrea. Amanliz Colon MIDDLE ROW:
Katharine Nedder. Allison Aries. Nicole tMakhoul. Vasilikie Frangiadakis. Caitlyn Moore, Kimberly
Huang. Julia Ellis BACK ROW: Alex Young. Don Liang, Julian Zamudio, Nick Adjami
FRONT ROW (L-R): Eliza Kaplan. Ellen Kunkel. Emily Palerson. Lucy Fan. Dhvani Palel BACK ROW:
Jackie Ventura. Tracie Winn, Chnssy Casavani, Jackie Audi
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In Latin Club members
study the ancient world.
During meetings mem-
bers have discussions and
debates on broad topics
like medicine in the ancient
world, Latin mottos on mod-
ern coins, and the accuracy
of Latin spells in Harry Pot-
ter. They try to gain further
knowledge of t\^editerranean
customs and cultural nu-
ances. This year Collegivum
Latinvm members traveled to Boston to see an intense
performance of "Ajax" by Sophocles, an ancient Greek
tragedian. The whimsical atmosphere of the club attracts
a diverse group of students, both students who take Latin
class and those who don't.
FRONT ROV(/ (L-R): Kimberly Huang. Emily Palerson. Madeleine Cooke. Alexis Argiros. MIDDLE
ROW; Annie Craig BACK ROW; Dr. Zarrow. Lochlain Macdonald. Zach Piscilelli. Matt Muellers.
Samaniha Bartholomew. Dan Bonkowski Not Pictured: Morgan Walker, Aly Grealish, Lizzie Trakas
FRONT ROW (L-R): Steven Harrington, Sean Geary, Stephen Whelan, Max Hasenauer SECOND
ROW; Ben Cautela. Jamil Fares, P,J, Keenan, Areg Haktiiman THIRD ROW: Thomas McNulty, Ehren
Wong, Kenneth Long, Neerai Basu FOURTH ROW: Tommy Hu, P J. Cook, Joe Elkhoury BACK ROW:
Stephen Campion. Matthew Muellers, Thorras Coslello
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The Gay Straight Alliance promotes acceptance and equal rights
for the GLBTQ (Gay/ Lesbian/ Bisexual/ Transsexual/ Question-
ing) community. During their weekly meetings, they discuss is-
sues and plan activities and events. Early in the yeaf the mem-
bers of the club made buttons, ribbons, posters, and shirts for
the annual Ally Week. In October, as part of a national movement,
GSA invited the WHS community to wear purple in remembrance
of the LGBTQ youth who have died by suicide
and to show our solidarity against bullying
and harassment. In the spring GSA organized
the Day of Silence, during which students
volunteered to be silent for the whole school
day as representation of the void and pain
created when individuals feel forced to keep
quiet about who they really are. Addition-
ally, GSA members participated in area Youth
Pride events. GSA aims to provide a happy
and safe environment for everyone.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Riley Cactielin, Rebecca Axworthy, Samantha Muzzi, Rebecca Rice, Becky Farley,
Sasha Stone, Melody Towne, Ms Lee, Ms. OeLeon MIDDLE ROW: Ms. Witzburg (Adviserl, Ms Bergiel,
Ms Matteson, Ms. Goldstein, Ms. Percy, Ms Hanlon, Ms. Furber, Mr. Keane. Mr McGunagle, Ms, Houston
BACK ROW; Ms, Renlranz, Matthew Muellers, Thomas Mandeville, Dr. Zarrow, Mr. Houston, Mr. Sherr,
Mr, McEachern, Mr. Kelly Not pictured: Dorian Oberstein, Allison Black
FRONTRC. ^- '.' Scarry. Enca Oh. Pal Masi-Phelps. Shayan Salam. Jake Indursky,
Will Spear Jake Lupica Mr Dolleman
Members of Academic Decathlon compete against
teams from across ttie stale, drawing on their knowl-
edge ol a wide range of topics from art and music, to
history and science. The club prepares for competition
in a vanety of ways including taking tests, listening to
lectures, reading passages, watching videos, or listen-
ing to soundtracks. At competitions, in addition to re-
sponding to standard test format questions, students
compete in speech and inten/iew categones. The goal
this year was to make it to States, which the club did
(and look at all the hardware they took home)'
FRONT ROW (L-R|: Alex Young. Don Liang. Jacky Martin. Marina Shkuralov. Julian Zamudio.
Mr. Dore. Kimberly Huang. Sabrina Farley
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Junior Literary Clu
Each term students of the Junior Literary Club
read a critically acclaimed book, then meet for
one afternoon to discuss it in a relaxed environ-
ment. The bool< club is an extension of the literary
analysis that students do in English classes and was
formed to foster a love of reading. This year the club
chose books that would provide readers with unusual
and different points of view. Two of the selections
were, The Book Thief by f^arcus Zusak and Extremely
Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer.
The club presents an open forum for students and
encourages them to share their opinions on the wide
range of topics that come up in response to what
FRONT ROW (L-R); Ivis Brackman, Annie Craig, Madeleine Cooke, Emily Peterson, Jackie Ventura
BACK ROW: Dam Kessler, Ben Beal, Caitlin Reilly. Ctinssy CasavanI, Lucy Fan Nol Pictured: Bele
Wanboko, t^icholas Damren, Dhvani Palel, Justin Magnan
Peer tvlediation aims to reinforce positive relationships
and reduce conflict amongst students at WHS. Members
are 9th through 12th graders who are selected through
and application and interview process. The primary role
of the group is to be impartial mediators whenever two or
more students have conflicts with each other, therefore
many of their meetings focus on team-building activities
and learning and improving mediating skills. This year
the club aimed to broaden its impact in the community
beyond the resolution of conflicts. They developed pro-
grams to help prevent conflicts, such as Freshman Semi-
nars in which the Peer fvlediators led discussions about
FRONT ROW (L-R); Emily McGrail. Alex Gnftiths, Elena Maimonis, Angela Wickett MIDDLE ROW: Jack Jardin, Julia
Tucke, Brianna Calaldo, Julia Kaplan, Tina Wigozki, Margarel Holler. Knstina Barounis, Kelly Sennott BACK ROW:
David DeCenzo, David Von Euw, Patrick Singleton, Lucie Montgomery, Carol Han, Caitlin Reilly, Daniel Roactie,
Harry Clapsis, Samuel Cutler, Ms, Calaldo, Ms, Higgins
94 Green Years
FIRST ROW (L-R): Klaudia Pogace. Bev Kwong. Ailyn Peslana (Managing Editor), Andrea Winn SECOND ROW; Jessica Ovalle,
Arev Doursounian. Tracie Winn, Caitlin Cassidy. Julia Kaplan, Catherine Leonard, An Ventola, Celia Jotinston, Karia Bactiiller, Ms, Houston
THIRD ROW: Ada Wong, Jackie Kouri, Julian Zamudio, Brooke Magliozzi, Lucy Fan, Sara Thomas, Izzy Donabed. Dhvani Pate!
BACK ROW: Renee Pisano, Claire Underhili, Maria Munar. Bele Wariboko
Pink & Green FACEOFF for
on this November evening.
myeuiucu uivciaily vvocK,
were many activities to celebrate ttie different cultural
backgrounds of our student body. During one afternoon,
students set up boottis in the auditorium lobby to share as-
pects of their heritage. The varied exhibits featured things
such as traditional costumes, music, ceremonial objects,
toys, and samples of written language.
Describe a typical practice. We start off with a game of Ninja
Assassins while we wait for our coach. When he gets there we
warm up, play small possession games and shooting drills, then
we sprint and finish with fitness.
Activities the team loves? We love the practices after wins
because we play soccer-tennis.
Activities the team dreads? No one lil<es to sprint, so every-
one dreads Wednesday practices that are focused on fitness.
Team Bonding Activities? Ninja Assassins, volleyball, pasta
dinners, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, & shed hopping.
What does Game Day feel like? We usually have a pasta din-
ner the night before and then do a spirit day to get psyched up.
We listen to music on the bus so we don't get too nervous.
What are the routines before your games? We have a
specific pre-game warm up routine with our warm-up CD and
we have our team huddle, slow clap, and cheer.
Do any individuals on the team have their own pre-game
routines? Yes, lots of people have special handshakes and our
defense has a group "mental" preparation.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. A
turning point in our season was when we came back from a
2-0 deficit against Hopkinton, in the pouring rain and mud, to tie
2-2 in the last four minutes. Our last game was also memorable
because we came back from being down 3-2 against Medway
and won 4-3 on their senior night to end the season on a win.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? Don t ever
take the season for granted and never assume you have some-
thing - keep working until you get it.
Team song? The seniors' Tacky Tuesday Song
Lucky charm? Visiting the Barn of Dreams
What does receiving a Varsity Letter mean to you? Its a
physical representation of individual determination and a dedica-
tion to the team.
Seniors, what will you miss the most? Our teammates, "disso-
nance", Barn of Dreams, and all of the fun things we did together
.NT ROW (L-R| Shannon Hogan, Kara Belinsky. Emily McGrail. Mary O'Sullivan, Alison Campion.
I Alison McNulty. Chnstina Koulns MIDDLE ROW: Laura McHoul. Meghan Kelly. Stephanie Mace. Kristina
Saliba. MaryKale Nolon. Caitlin Reilly. Samaniha Kitchen, Nadine Taghian. Marina Burke BACK ROW'
Emily Haddad. Ebru Hazar. Shelia O'Sullivan. Richael Walsh. Alyson Grealish. Cathenne Abraham
FRONT ROW (L-R| Kendall Blizzard. Kaitlin Plecinoga, Leah Singleton. Kim Egizi, McKenna Lupica.
Andrea Simi. Kat Molchan BACK ROW: Ms. Davenport. Chloe Snyder. Julia Tuccen. Eva Daniels,
Kelly Porter, Maddie Radner. Ela Hazar. Sarah Beggan, Megan Ferren. Lyndsay Giroux, Fiona
Moylan, Nicolle Garcia, Lauren Ollerhead NOT PICTURED Tara Zaiar, Abbey Power
FRONT ROW (L-R): Cara Parsons. Asmani Adhav. Callie Lupica. Sinead Walsh. Meghan Raskin.
Kiley Ward. Jackie Whalen. Phoebe Fitzgibbon. Allison Black. Katie Horslall BACK ROW: Olivia
Giannakopoulos. Molly Isberg. Alex Reissfelder, Erin Clancy, Bridgette Fiumedora, Hailey Boettger,
Celia Condnck, Melissa McManus, Shannon Stivaletta, Jenna Morgan, Coach Wilkinson
NOT PICTURED: Suzanne Meincke, Enn Reilly
What is a typical practice like? We do box & ladder drills,
sprints, and formation drills
Activities the team loves? Shooting drills, scrimmages, and
Activities the team dreads? Box & ladder and circle-drill
Team Bonding Activities? Breakfast at Murph's and Mug &
Muffins, and chipping Feldman
What are the routines before the game? The usual pre-
game activities are playing the pump-up CD, using noise-can-
celling headphones, and listening to "Bohemian Rhapsody".
Do any individuals on the team have their own pre-game
routines? ND has an unrevealed routine.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. When
Jonathan Harper scored the winning goal from the 40-yard line,
in our home game against Medway
What are your favorite memories about the season?
Story time and McDonald's
Do you have a team song? "Can't Stop the Rain" by
What is your lucky charm? Franco
Tell us about your ideas for spirit days.
ND suggested pink and your favorite jersey Jake always sug-
gested we go naked (and got shot down). Shane usually wanted
boat shoes and a polo. Cory came up with the referee idea, and
Harper wanted everyone to wear white jerseys.
Seniors, what will you miss the most? Shane Troy: I will
really miss being on the team. There will be no more deet circles
with Harper, no more 7 a.m. Sunday practices, and no more
"classy" ND moments. We'll all miss our teammates in the up
M.V.P. Jake Drew
Unsung Hero Jake Lupica
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Tell us about golf practice. During the season we have two or
three matches a week and we play on our own on the weekends. We
don't have typical practices because we aren't always able to book
courses. A lot of our preparation is done over the summer.
Are there particular drills/activities which the team loves? Or
dreads? At the end of the season, we really got into alternate-shot
matches. Players compete in pairs and take turns hitting the next
shot, so players rely on their teammates. You hate it or love it based
on how you and your partner play
Describe a team-bonding activity. We usually eat as a team after
each match. We would sometimes eat at the Norfolk clubhouse dur-
ing our home matches. It brought the team closer together
Where do you get ideas for spirit days? John Gebhard's closet.
What does the day of a match feel like? Most matches don't
stress us out. but really important rounds can make you nervous.
Match day is best spent trying to stay calm and prepared. The only
difference at school on match day is that underclassmen have to lug
their bags into homeroom and to the van. They hate that.
What are the routines for pre-match? Coach Gillis calls us into
the clubhouse, gives us tips for dealing with the course conditions,
and tells us what type of round we should shoot for After a rousing
speech from freshman Ned Kelly we're ready to go.
Do any individuals on the team have pre-game rituals? Adam
Sawyer likes to stay loose before the match so he does a little cardio.
He runs out on the course and touches every flagstick before return-
ing to the putting green, limber and loose.
Do you guys have a lucky charm? Pat Frodigh's shiny footwear
Describe the most memorable match of the season. Our first match
was memorable because we beat the reigning TVL champs, Holliston.
What's your favorite memory about the season? My favorite mem-
ory of the season was the first annual alternate-shot tournament at the
end of the season. Usually when we golf as a team, it's tense because
everyone is trying to win their match, but during the tournament, we just
went out to enjoy a round of golf and have a good time.
What advice would you offer underclassmen for next season?
Work hard over the summer and come into the season prepared to
compete for the top spot, no matter who you are.
What does receiving a Varsity Letter mean to you? It means a lot;
I really enjoyed representing Westwood at one of my favorite sports.
FRONT ROW (L-R|: Adam Sawyer. Mike Kress, John Delsignore, Eric Burgess, Edward Kelly, David
Dnscoll BACK ROW: Coach Giliis. Steven Jarva, John Gebhard, Patrick Frodigh, Patrick Singleton,
Rob Law, C-J. Hunter
FRONT ROW iL-R) Hilary Cochran, Brian Delsignore Alex Rudi Mike Santisi NOT PICTURED:
f'*; Brandon Jarva, Josh Belmsky, Arun Rangarajan, Robert Greeley, William ReisstelOer. Cam Sugrue.
Dean Laughter, Josh Babbin. Jack Swartz. Chad Giacchetto, Corey McDonough. Scott Sheets
Interview with Captains Leah Lessard and
Tell us about a typical practice. Leah Lessard: We do hitting
lines and scrimmage. We also practice serving.
Christa DeMovellan: We would warm up by peppering (passing with
a partner) and doing a couple sprints, grapevines and shuffles up
and down the court, then we'd stretch. Later we would talk and do
drills and hitting lines. Practices were always fun and consisted of
dancing since the music would always be on.
Are there drills/activities the team loves? Or dreads? LL: We
like to dance at practice. CD: We hate running. I mean. . . it's vol-
leyball. We love hitting lines.
Describe a team-bonding activity. LL: 'Hey Lotties " on the bus.
What does the day of a game feel like? LL: We always get really
excited to play a game. Games are better than practices.
CD: Everyone is usually excited but still nervous.
What are the routines for pre-game? LL: We listen to music and
pepper with a partner CD: iPods on. cheering on the JVteam.
Do any individuals on the team have pre-game rituals?
LL: Chrissa and Jing like to rapidly fire the ball at each other to pre-
pare for the game. CD: Jing does homework because she's nuts.
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
CD: Millis, since they have always demolished us, but the second
time we played them we won 3-0 and it was the best feeling ever
What advice would you offer underclassmen for future
seasons? LL: Make sure you have fun because that's the most
Does your team have a team song? If so what is it? LL: Jang
Jang gettin paid over here' because it's Jing's theme song.
Do you guys have a lucky charm? LL: Christa's mom, Cilia.
CD: Our coach gave us these domino pieces that we kept in our
bags, and Carol's and my scrunchies were lucky.
What does receiving a Varsity Letter mean to you?
CD: It means commitment and pnde in your sport and team.
Interview with Alanna Leahy (C), Riley Cachelin (C),
and Andrea Winn
Tell us about a typical practice. AL; A typical practice consists of
stretching lines and drills... and brownies, hopefully. AW: Usually we
start off with warming up and then we do shuttle lines. Coach Wilson
breaks up our practices into two parts: conditioning and drills.
Are there particular drills/activities the team loves? Or
dreads? AL: The team loves jump rope races and relay races and
dreads the two-mile. AW: It was always a good time doing strokes
and trying to be the finalist In the winner's circle. RC: Everyone
seems to like quarter football.
Describe a team-bonding activity. AL: Team bonding involves
food. AW: Our team did the most team bonding at pasta dinners.
RC: Pasta dinners and tie-dying t-shirts.
What does the day of a game feel like? AL: Game day is intense
- every game matters and we have to win. If the juniors do the dress
up days, it's a success. RC: It depends on the day It's usually quiet.
Everyone prepares for the games in their own ways.
What are the routines for pre-game? AL: Pre-game ritual =
WARM FUZZES and walking off the bus in twos. AW: Before every
game we pass around a bag and everyone picks out a "warm fuzz^
to give to a teammate for luck or doing a great job during the game.
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
AW: MEDFIELD. Probably one of the most memorable games ever
because we have never beaten Medfield except for this year and we
beat them on their home turf. . .on their senior night!
Do you guys have a lucky charm? AL: Does Anne Lally count as
a lucky charm? If not, then warm fuzzies.
What will you miss most? AL: I will miss Wilson's brownies, sing-
ing on the bus. and team snuggling. AW: Wilson's brownies, Mollie's
Boston accent, SB screaming from the sidelines, Alanna 's jokes,
Riley's crazy comments and Katie and SB's amazing choreography
RC: My teammates.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? AL: My advice
would be to never eat Chipotle the night before a Sam practice at
which you will be running two miles. AW: Be willing to put in all your
effort for the team and Wilson. RC: Work hard, but have fun.
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you? AL: Receiv-
ing a varsity letter means that you got to participate in highly com-
petitive sports while at the same time learning what it means to be a
part of a team. RC: It means hard work and dedication.
Compiled from Interviews with seniors
Tell us about a typical practice. Stretching, conditioning,
individual work with position coaches, installing the game
plan with offensive and defensive team, finish with sprints.
Are there particular drills/activities that the team loves?
Or dreads? Okies are the best because it is full live hitting.
Conditioning with stations is the worst.
Describe a team-bonding activity. Team bonding hap-
pens everyday, in the locker room, at practice, before and
What does the day of a game feel like? Like nothing
else - it's preparing to go to battle with your best friends. Its
nerves, and energy and passion.
Take us through the day.. .Is there something different
during school? Focus is difficult in class and as the game
gets closer and closer your energy rises to meet it.
What are the routines for pre-game? We have certain
foods, songs, traditions and people we walk next to. We do
hand shakes, stretch, hit, and polish up the game plan.
Do any individuals on the team have pre-game rituals?
Everybody does, whether it's a certain movie or playlist, and
we have little things on the field.
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
Battling through injuries and shutting down Norton from the
one yard line for a last second win that avenged a loss was
What's your favorite memory about the season?
Goal line stand at Medfield, Sean's Millis game, Dave's Bell-
ingham game, Brett's one handed TD, Nev's flying sack, 'Von
Euw's game saver, and just spending time with everybody
knowing we'll never get this back.
What will you miss most? Friday at 6:45, the anticipation,
the first hit, and victories
What advice would you offer underclassmen for future
seasons? Lift. Focus. Don't take anything for granted; it'll be
over before you know it.
Do you have a team song? "Wavin' Flag" by K'naan.
Do you have a lucky charm? Baskett Island
What does receiving a Varsity letter mean to you?
It's a symbol of hard work.
VARSITY -12th grade
FRONT ROW (L^R). David DeCenzo, Danny Moloy SECOND ROW; Issac Rice, Chris Annis, Charlie
Audi, Sean Amaru, David Von Euvn THIRD ROW: Billy Ralph. Greg Keene, Kyle Fedorowicz, A J.
Bracy BACK ROW: Will Smith, Chris Treon, Brendan Skehill, Brett Egizi. Macston Maccow, Anthony
Antonellis, Kevin Walsh
VARSITY -11th grade
FRONT ROW (L-R): Matt McMahon, Andrew Dawson, Bo Beriuti, Noel Plourde, Chris McMahon,
Alex Wight MIDDLE ROW: Shamus O'Brien, David Moran, Nicky Diiulis, Thomas Radonich. Mike
Peterson, Andrew Feeney BACK ROW: Ryan Demarinis. Scott McManus, Daniel Roache, Pierce
Dierker, Maxx McCabe. Coach Sullivan
Interview with seniors Nicole Pettit and
Tell us about a typical practice and favorite routines.
NP: We start with a two-lap warm-up, followed by stretches and
drills. Depending on the day, we will either do a turnover workout on
the track or go on a long run. We always end practice with a short
cool down. YR: Our favorite stretch is the L-O-L (leg over leg).
What does the day of the meet feel like? NP: During school,
most girls are generally less nervous and are more excited
about the spirit day and the anticipation has not quite set in.
YR; The hour before the meet is the most nerve-wracking be-
cause we are all so nervous about the competition!
What was the most memorable part of the season? The
most memorable meet? NP: It is difficult to isolate a single
moment that was most memorable because we had such a
great season. Probably the Dover-Sherborn meet at home, be-
cause it was the seniors' last meet, which was bittersweet, but
almost every member of the team had a PR that day!
What will you miss most? What advice do you have for un-
derclassmen for future seasons?YR: I will miss the girls so
much! I'm going to miss the long talks during runs, and all the
inside jokes. They're may favorite group of girls and we became
so close that it's going to be hard to leave them! NP: The thing
I will miss most about cross-country is the team itself. It's more
like a family and I'll miss the positive energy and environment at
practices and meets. My advice to underclassmen would be no
matter what your skill level is, give every practice and meet all
you have. The motivation and dedication that you put into cross-
country will manifest itself in your performance. Most importantly,
use your teammates for advice and inspiration and have fun!
Do you have a team song? A lucky charm? YR: We like "Waka
Waka" by Shakira, any song that we can put Xiao's name into,
and anything that we all know the words to! A lot of Taylor Swift!
Sometimes we mix it up with gospel music!
Tell us about your ideas for spirit days. NP: We had some obscure
spirit days, such as saran wrap day and egg day They simply come
from the imaginations and craziness of every giri on the team!
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you? NP: To me,
a varsity letter is recognition of the hard work you put into the
season. Every girl who gets one should truly appreciate what it
means and realize that her determination and effort is rewarded!
M.V.P. Nicole Pettit
Sportsmanship Alexis Argiro
Unsung Hero Liz Ralph
FRONT ROW (L-R) AnnMarie O'Flaherty, Keelin Henderson, Samanlha DeTore, Yalda Roslamnezhad.
Kalie Ginsberg. Nicole Penit, Sophie KarpI, Leah Schroeder MIDDLE ROW Patty McCann, Shauna Wassmus,
Jaclyn Ventura. Madeleine Cooke. Michaela Blum. Bnttany Dwan. Abtjey Power. Kaitlyn Hogan BACK ROW
Coach Teahan. Nora Smith. Liz Ralph. Kelly Sennott. Melanie Waish. Heather Sullivan, Tracy Donlon, Alexis
Argiros, Courtney Fay, Sam Diehl. Kelley DeLorey. Julia Boettger. XiaoXiao Guo
Interview with Captains Patrick Sleight & Patrick O'Donnell
Tell us about a typical practice. PS: We either do an intense
workout on the track to work on our speed, or a long run to build up
our mileage. PO: Most days we run about seven miles with a lot of
drills. Usually every weekend we have a long run (10-15 miles).
Are there particular drills/activities which the team loves? ...
dreads? PO: I would say an activity that the team always looks
forward to is foam-rolling after our workouts. It helps us feel better
PS: We all pretty much dread all workouts.
Describe a team-bonding activity. PO: What's most memorable
is our pre-season camping trip to New Hampshire. We spent two
days getting in some solid running and team bonding time. We all
enjoyed it and it is something that has helped us become a closer
team. Other team bonding activities include the typical pasta dinners
and ultimate frisbee.
What does the day of a meet feel like? PS: Meet days are pretty
exciting because we've had such a strong team this year and it's
always cool to see who is improving week to week. Brakke's short-
shorts get the team pumped for the afternoon's race. PO: When we
have a meet, that's the main thing we think about all day. We all want
to run fast for ourselves, and more importantly, for the team, so we
just stay positive and excited to race.
What are the pre-meet routines? PS: Warm-up, then drills, then
race, then varsity does a workout on the track. PO: We start with
a 10-15 minute warm-up run, then, a set of drills/stretches. At the
starting line, we run some strides and pump ourselves up.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season. PS: Holliston
was a great meet. We opened our season with a competitive team
and we came out on top. Our success at Holliston was an accom-
plishment and a harbinger for the great season to come. PO: We
had so many great meets and such a successful season. I person-
ally think our TVL Championship race was a great race. We battled
with our rivals, Medfield, and our two schools dominated the meet.
Unfortunately, we were bested by 5 points and got second place.
Also, our division state class meet was awesome because we quali-
fied for the All-State meet as a team.
What advice would you offer underclassmen for future seasons?
PS: Run over the summer, otherwise you'll vomit for the whole first
week of practice. PO: If you train well, you can achieve big things.
Do you guys have any lucky charms? PS: our lucky charm is
Jess. She's our motivator and can outrun most of us. PO: Our coach
started a tradition of giving out a Hot Wheels car named "The en-
forcer" to whomever he believed stepped up and raced exception-
ally well for a meet.
What does receiving a Varsity Letter mean to you? PO: To all
us varsity letter winners, it means we are the ones that other people
on the team look up to. It is a nice reward to those who put in the
hard work and train.
FRONT ROW (L-R|: James Terzian, Jonathan Anamaleros. Stephen Enckson, Jonathan Dullea. Tyler
Cook, Jake Salvatore, Nathan Daley MIDDLE ROW: Conor Duffy. Andreas Nicolos. Sam Malonson.
John O'Leary, Thomas Hanley, Sean Condrick, Conor Emerson, Quinn Wilson. Coach Davis. Jake
indursky. Matt Jessup. Josh Goldberg. Patrick ODonnell. Stephen Campion. Nicholas Hawes. David
McDonald, Robert McLaughlin, Matthew Reissfelder, Benjamin Cautela, Luke Devin NOT PICTURED:
William Arnold, Douglas Chin, Patrick Hutchinson. Miles Rossetti. Erik Brakke, Chnstopher Burke,
Nicholas Moin. Brett Hotter, John McCarthy. Patnck Sleight. William Spear
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Interview with Captains Annie Shea and Jessica Burns
Tell us about a typical practice. AS: We start with a
400 or 600 then we will do a set that consists of different
strokes like butterfly or freestyle - overall, we swim 5000
-1200 a practice.
Are there particular activities the team loves? Or dreads?
AS: We love water polo (though it's rare.) We love starts
and turns and we dread 21 club and distance swimming.
Describe a team-bonding activity. AS: We go to Papa
Gino's after meets. JB: We bond with pasta dinners and
our dress up days.
What does the day of a meet feel like? AS: We are ner-
vous and excited because we want to take home another
win. JB: It's excitement and fun. You get nervous and it builds
up to the second you get on the block, and then you swim
your heart out. Afterward you're relived that you're done.
Take me through the day... Is there something differ-
ent during school? AS: We have crazy spirit days and
sing "All I Want For Christmas is You" by Mariah Carey.
Do any individuals on the team have pre-meet ritu-
als? AS: The bus ndes are our time to get pumped up
and happy and excited. JB: On the bus we are singing like
crazy and this brings the group all together.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season.
Why was it memorable? AS: Seekonk, because it was
the first win we pulled away with in a few years. JB: When
we won against Seekonk, it was unusual; it was the first
time in six or so years.
What will you miss most? What advice would you of-
fer underclassmen? AS: I'll miss the friendly team atmo-
sphere, the closeness and bonding. For the underclass-
men- be outgoing, don't be shy. JB: I'll miss the people on
the team, the support system, and being in the best shape
of my life. My advice is don't be afraid to talk - speak up!
Do you guys have a lucky charm? JB: Our pig named Gai
What does receiving a Varsity Letter mean to you? AS: It
means that you are part of a team and have accomplished goals
that you wanted to achieve during the season. JB: Accomplish-
ment for all the hard work and reward for success
FIRST ROW (L-Rl Siobhan Burke, Calhenne Barrett, Nevin Dizdan Aimee Bnen, Karia
Bactiiller. Colleen Mulhern. Zoe Jordanides, Caroline Rogers. Mackenzi Henderson SECOND ROW; Claire Underhill,
Renee Pisano. Sonia Dunkelbarger. Brooke Magliozzi. Mana Munar, Inna Chiuili, Lillian Sleeves. Bridget Burke. Kayla
Curran. Jackie McDonald THIRD ROW: Kaitlin Hutchinson, Kalherine Vanasse. Madeline McDonald. Caroline Lacey.
Molly Smith. Allie Cuccoli. Camille Harrington. Elidi Chan. Mariana Chiulli, Annie Craig. Chnstine Casavant. LAST ROW:
Kelley Steeves. Anne Shea, Amanda Diiulis. Melanie Zahka. Erin Curran, Kalekyn Keane, Kylie Blizzard, Megan Porter,
Elise Harrington, Jessica Burns, Caroline Ryan, Coach Ferguson, Coach McGralh
Interview with Captains Maria Georgaklis & Jennifer Beggan
Tell us about a typical practice. MG: We typically meet at the track for
a warm up lap and a lot of stretching. Then we work on the competition
routine. We start off with warm up stunts and go through all the tumbling
and jumps. After everyone is warmed up, we'll do the routine full-out a
couple of times. We'll usually focus on one aspect of the routine to per-
fect. At the end of practice we will sometimes condition or play "lifeboat"
where groups do the routine and the rest of the team critiques.
Are there particular drills/activities which the team loves? ...
dreads? JB; the team has a love hate relationship with "running
snakes". MG: The team loves wall sits and planks. The team doesn't
really like snakes when we run up and down all of the mats multiple
times in groups.
Describe a team-bonding activity. JB: Pasta dinners and bus rides
are great for team bonding. We also really love going to Friendly 's after
games; it's become a tradition!
What does the day of a game feel like? MG: The day of the game is
the best feeling. Everyone gets so excited and pumped to cheer Every-
one is always in a really good mood and is really energetic. At school on
Fridays, we hang up a banner we make for that night's game.
Do any individuals on the team have pre-game rituals? JB: The
team has a pow wow before every half time. Maria and I give a pep
talk and break out on "fight" to continue previous years' traditions.
Describe the most memorable part of your season. MG: Com-
petitions! Competitions are like a really big game for cheerleaders, in a
way It's always the best time.
What's your favorite memory about the season? MG: My favorite
memory of the season is Cheer Camp. We got to bond with all dif-
ferent cheer teams, and got to cheer all day. It's always the highlight
of the season. JB: At Cheer Camp we all got really close and worked
together as a team.
What will you miss most? MG: I'm definitely going to miss the
games the most. I don't think there's anything better than cheering on
the sidelines at a Friday night game. I'll miss the half time routines and
pep rallys and practice everyday after school. I really don't think there's
anything that I won't miss about cheering for WHS.
What advice would you offer underclassmen for future sea-
sons? JB: Go to captains' practices to learn sidelines, and be on time!
MG: Enjoy every moment of cheering and always try your hardest.
What does receiving a Varsity Letter mean to you? MG: I think
receiving a vasirty letter shows all the work you put into your sport.
Interview with Shane Troy and Myles McDonough
Tell us about a typical practice. ST: Everyday we head out on
the bus to Ski Ward in Shrewsbury. It's a 45-minute drive, so we
usually bring some beats.
Are there particular drills/activities which the team dreads?
ST: Everyone dreads pulling the course. Nobody wants to freeze
anymore than necessar/. MM: The team enjoys just practicing for
races and skiing with each other because it's fun doing something
you love with others who feel the same way. Before the snow falls,
we all dread dryland training practice, preparing for the season.
Are there particular activities which the team loves? ST: We
iove meets at either Blue Hills or Ski Ward. Everyone comes to
cheer each other on.
How does the team bond? MM: Our main team bonding activ-
ity would definitely be just riding the bus to either practices or the
races. We all talk and have a good time.
What does the day of a meet feel like? ST: Everyone is a little
nervous, but no one is willing to admit it. MM: The day of a race
IS just like any other day It really comes down to the individual and
what they might do in the start just before they are to ski down the
course. We tend to stay relaxed and enjoy ourselves, there is not
Do any individuals on the team have pre-meet rituals? ST
Patrick Frodigh always texts one certain friend and C.J. Hunter
combs his mullet.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season. Why was
it memorable? One G.S. race at Blue Hills, a kid flew through the
finish and went straight into the safety netting. Also, States at Berk-
'iire East. MM: The most memorable race and time of the season
, juld have to be the last one (the last one ever for the seniors).
Also, having Nicky qualify in the very last race for States was a
great surprise and we were all very happy for him.
What will you miss most? ST: Frodigh's memorable quotes.
:-.J,s flow and Brodsky's presence. MM: I'll miss racing since I'll
never again be able to the way I did when I was in high school.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? ST: Dryland
training is really hard, so get ready to work. MM: They should just
enjoy it while it lasts because it goes by quickly
Tell us about a typical practice. NS: First we do warm
up laps - usually 2-3 - then drills and stretching. Practices
vary a lot. but usually end with the girls lifting weights in the
weight room or doing abs out on the field.
Are there particular drills/activities the team loves?
Or dreads? AC: Everyone loves stretching circles and long
slow distance runs where we can relax and talk. We always
dread the sprinting workouts though.
Describe a team-bonding activity. AC: This year we did
a Yankee swap with the distance team so that everyone
could get to know each other. NS: We did manage to do a
few pasta dinners at Papa Ginos.
What does the day of a meet feel like? NS: Meet days
are full of excitement when we dress up for spirit days!
Are there pre-meet routines? AC: Everyone has her own
pre-race rituals. Each girl does something to get focused.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season.
AC: The WL meet at Reggie Lewis was very exciting.
For the first time In living memory, we were trying to beat
Hopkinton, so every race was really intense. Even though
we ended up coming in second, we came closer to first
than we ever have before. NS: The All-State meet was
also memorable for the girls who ran the 4x800m relay We
came in 8th place, and broke the school record.
What will you miss most? AC: We'll definitely miss each
other the most. Track has made us really close with girls we
might not have been friends with otherwise.
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you?
AC: A varsity letter means you're committed to the team
and you work hard not only for your individual success but
also for the success of the team.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? AC:
I know it's hard to go out in the freezing cold everyday for
runs, but track is worth it. NS: My advice is just to stick with
it because in the long run it's truly awesome.
Tell us about a typical practice. A typical practice for varsity involves
a run that is about 7 miles. We have long runs that can add up to 1 4
miles sometimes, too. We also have a lot of grueling workouts on the
track that usually put us on the ground afterwards.
Are there particular drills/activities the team loves? One drill the
team really loves is foam rolling. Also barefoot running is popular
Describe a team-bonding activity. Team dinners (usually at Ber-
tucci's) are a good team bonding activity. Occasional Taco Bell runs also
bring the team together Ultimate frisbee with the team is also a good
What does the day of a meet feel like? On the day of a meet every-
one makes sure they are hydrated and ready to go. It's the biggest focus
of the day for us. We make sure to eat well also. Pre-game routines
involve a team warm-up but everyone has their own individual routines.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. The TVL
championship meet was awesome because we had numerous athletes
run personal bests and place very high. We managed to win the 300m,
600m, 1000m, and 2 mile and break some league records in the
process. Also the National championship in New York was a great experi-
ence, although we had an unfortunate event in our race (getting cut-off
and tripping while running). But I think the 4x800 relay team would have
to say that the all-state championship meet was the most incredible ex-
perience for us. as we won and smashed the meet record by 4 seconds.
What will you miss most? I think the seniors will miss their team-
mates the most. We'll also miss running at Reggie Lewis Center
What advice would you offer underclassmen? To underclassmen,
if you take the sport seriously and listen to your coach, teammates,
and body and as long as you are dedicated and work hard, you will
see great results. It is awesome to be part of a successful team and to
contribute as much as you can.
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you? Getting a Varsity
letter is something every athlete on the team should strive for It symbol-
izes significant contributions to the team. People with varsity letters are
the core athletes who have helped our team become successful.
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FRONT ROW (L-R): Jon Dullea. Nicholas Hawes. Conor Emerson, Jon Hawes, Jack Foley, Matt Hotter
MIDDLE ROW: Coach Davis, Thomas Hanley. Bobby McLaughlin, Jake Lupica, T.J. Adams, Maxx Mc-
Cabe, Gabe Goldberg, Morgan Walker. Kyle Fedorowicz. Coach Mascia BACK ROW: Pat Masi-Phelps,
David McDonald. Ryan Lannum, Matt Reissfelder, Jamie Conner. Luke Devin, Pat ODonneil, Matt
Jessup, Erik Brakke
Tell us about a typical practice. JZ: Our typical practice
IS very organized. We do 500s in the beginning, and sets of
different strokes to exercise different muscles. Every friday
we have a game day.
Describe a team-bonding activity. DN: Going out to eat
after a meet, and playing water polo on fridays. JZ: Doing our
team cheers and we bond a lot at our daily practices.
What does the day of a meet feel like? JZ: At first it's like
an adreneline rush. When you get in the water you feel an in-
tensity from the competitiveness, but you're also relaxed be-
cause you feel so comfortable in the water. It a crazy feeling.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season. DN:
We had a few meets that were very close. Some came down
to the last event so they were pretty memorable. JZ: The final
meet where one of our teammates accidently forgot to swim
his event. It was so funny because the coach didn't even
notice until the team told her. Her expression was priceless.
What's your favorite memory about the season? JZ:
Definitely the meets. They make you feel like a completely
different person because you surpass your limits, and you
feel proud of yourself when you succeed.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? JZ: Do
your best, win the meets, but also just have a great time.
Do you guys have a lucky charm? DN: We have a green
suit jacket that the captains pass down each year.
What does receiving a Varsity Letter mean to you? DN:
I've gotten a letter every year from swimming so it was pretty
important to get another one this year. JZ: I get them every
year, but every time I recieve it, I just feel proud.
One word or phrase that represents the sport/season?
JZ: Endurance. It's all about endurance.
Describe a team-bonding activity. Some typical team-
bonding activities are when we all go out to Murph's for
breakfast after Sam practices, going to Captain's practices,
and going to Taco Bell.
What does the day of a game feel lil<e? Game day i
always very exciting and highly anticipated. Team members go
out of their way in the halls to shake hands and make sure oth-
ers are mentally prepared. We all just try to get really pumped.
What are the routines for pre-game? Brendan Skehill and
Andreas Nicolos always tape up their hockey sticks before
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
The playoff game against Scituate was the most memorable
game of our season. So many fans came to cheer us on. It
was awesome. Also, the game at Gallo Arena was great with
Stones saving us the shoot out.
Do you have a lucky charm? Yes, Coach's green corduroys!
What will you miss most? Being on the team with kids that
are not |ust our teammates, but also our good friends.
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
No matter what happens on or off the ice, just work hard and
keep your chin up. don't take any shift for granted.
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you?
A varsity letter means you're a part of the team and you set an
example for younger players.
Describe a favorite memory of the season. It's really just
too hard to pick a favonte memory. We loved all of the time
that we spent together during this season.
What is a typical spirit day? On spirit days we wear our
comfortable green jump suits.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Coach McCusker, Chris Ruggiero. Diarmuid Gallagher, Jimmy
Curtin, Josh Babbin, Mike Raskin, Jack Swartz, Kevin Gavin, Brad Adams, Brendan
Skehill, Theo Treon, Jake Drew BACK ROW: Coach Pecararo, Coach Sebet, Bren-
dan Dalton, Shane Maher, Kevin Walsh, Jake Cronin, Brett Egizi, Andreas Nicolos,
Sean Condrick, Chns Treon, Kevin Sennott, Conor Murphy, Chris Molchan, Danny
Moloy, Coach Welby, Coach McDonald, Mr. Sebet
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM (alphabetical): Ola AngelWedt, Dan Bonkowski, Brendan
Cabey, Sean Cabey, Stephen Fallon, Dan Feldman, Patrick Gardner, Dan Gavin,
Albert Good, Areg Hakhinian, Sam Harris, Bill Kenney, Dan Moore, Matt Nagle, Mike
Peterson, Cam Sjgrue, Anthony Sweeney, Joe Walsh
Interview with Gabbie Giugliano
Are there particular drills/activities the team loves? Or
dreads? We love "Mr. Holthouse's circle drill" and hate the
"snake drill" and break-outs.
Describe a team-bonding activity. When we went down to
Martha's Vineyard for a game our ferry and game got cancelled!
So instead we all slept over at a teammate's house and we all
had so much fun together
Is there something different during school after pracice?
You're definitely very tired. Hockey is a huge commitment and
waking up early before school means you need to be really
good with getting your homework done quickly after school and
getting to bed.
What are the routines for pre-game? A lot of us have rituals
that we do before the games for good luck. We always have
music in the locker room to get pumped up. Sometimes we listen
to the inspirational speech from the movie "Any Given Sunday".
Describe the most memorable game of the season. The
most memorable game was when we tied the undefeated team.
This game was a morale booster and everyone was really excited.
What's your favorite memory about the season? My
favorite memory was the morning we all woke up early and
had practice, only to find out it was a snow day Another of my
favorite memories was getting our superlatives at the hockey
banquet. This was great because we got to show our quirky
sides and how well we know each other
What advice would you offer underclassmen? I'd tell them
to get ahead of their school work whenever possible because
It will help you out when you have to get up early for practice.
Also, work hard because the line ups will always change.
Where do you get your ideas for spirit days? Our ideas
for spirit days generally come from within the group. Every year
Heather Sullivan tries to suggest having "injury day"
Do you guys have a lucky charm? Our team's lucky charm s
a plastic duck named Waffles.
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you? It means rec-
ognition for your determination, skill, and commitment to the sport.
Are there particular drills/activities that the team loves?
Or dreads? Our team enjoyed the fast break progression but
dreaded the drills at the beginning of practice because on our
bad days, when we weren't focused, those were the drills that
caused us to run the most. It made practice more exhausting
then it could have been.
Describe a team-bonding activity. Our team bonded by mak-
ing fun of Coach St. Martin with his slicked back hair, visor, and
crazy stories and, also, by making fun of Coach Walsh's crocs
and Coach Norman's weird hat.
What does the day of a game feel like? Game days consisted
of nervousness and excitement. Everyone had their routines that
eased the nervousness and eventually it was just pure excitement
that filled the locker room.
What are the routines for pre-game? The only pre-game ritu-
als that occurred were Subway and D&G trips a couple of hours
before the games.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. The
most memorable game was probably the away Millis game. We
struggled the whole game, just trying to stay in reach. We were
working hard but things just weren't going our way. Eventually
we got back to playing "Westwood basketball." It didn't matter
that we were down by eight with a minute left in the fourth. Millis
had no chance of stopping us. They did their trick play but we
just countered it by pounding the ball inside to Mike "Michelin
man" Keane and kicking it out to all of our shooters. We got into
overtime because Macston hit a lucky three over three defenders
(how average, Mac). In overtime they couldn't handle us, and .',
came away with the most exciting victory of the season.
What will you miss most? We seniors will miss the joking around
as a team and the responsibility of leading the underclassmen.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? To the under
classmen: don't leave anything to chance; make sure you leave
a good mark on the program; and remember, "There are a lot of
woods in Maine, brother"
=RONT ROW iL-R) Charlie Audi, Joe Lally. Nick Post, Jake Indursky Shayan Saiam Kevin Liebrocx,
Macston Maccow. BACK ROW: Glenn Parsons. Mike Keane. David Von Euw. Steve Jarva,
Eric Tanery. Erik Maloney
nsive Player ShayaifSalar
Leadership Award David Von Euw
Tell us about a typical practice. We usually start with a
warm up drill, stretch for a while, and Kanee tells us the things
that make us smile. Then, we usually do a really long layup
drill, work on plays, and get ready for the upcoming game.
Are there particular drills/activities the team loves? Or
dreads? We love 3, 2, 1 halfcourt shots and bentley passing.
We dread the three man weave box out and the 40 in a row
Describe a team-bonding activity. We love going to Out-
back after games or just to see Patty. We went bowling with
the coaches, which was a lot of tun, and we have potlocks
after Friday night games.
What does the day of a game feel like? We are always
really excited for game days because we can finally show, and
put to use, what we have learned in practice. Although we
didn't have the most successful record this year we worked
hard in all the games and played to our fullest potential.
Take us through the day. We typically have a spirit day in
school and then come to the gym eariy to cheer on our girls'
junior varisty team with their game. We do our pre-game rituals
and get ready to play
What are the routines for pre-game? We sit in the locker
room and Ms. Bognanno talks to us about the strategy for the
game. Then someone on the team does an "inspiration" and
we start our other routines. We have individual routines and
team routines. In the locker room, we do some handshakes
and then sing "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." After we get
out of the locker room, we breathe, dance a little, and sing
some more. Erin gives everyone a high-five, then we do a
clapping thing and then we run out for our warm up.
Interview with Shayan Salam and Stephen Campion
Are there particular drills/activities the team loves?
Or dreads? The team loves foam rolling, but the team
hates 50x100. and 50x200.
Describe a team-bonding activity. Some of our
team-bonding activities are foam rolling, doing core
exercises, and going camping.
What does the day of a meet feel like? It basically
feels lil<e any other day Some people run laps before the
meet in order to calm their nerves. Also, drinking a bottle
of water every block helps out a lot because it keeps
you hydrated for the meet.
What are the routines before the meet? We tend to
do a lot of warm up drills.
Describe the most memorable meet of the season.
The most memorable meet was All-States because Matt
Jessup performed incredibly in the 800m.
Do you guys have a lucky charm?
Yes. OD (Patrick O'Donnell) is our lucky charm.
Where do the ideas for spirit days come from?
Usually our ideas for spirit days come from Erik Brakke.
mostly we wear our uniforms.
What will you miss most? We'll miss the teamwork
and being in really good shape. I'll miss the free food at
the concession stand after home meets.
What advice would you offer to underclassmen?
I would say that they should always train hard, both on
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you?
It means that my performance helped the team win
some meets, which was important.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Shayan Salam, Kevin Sennott, Kyle Fedorowicz, John Delsignore, Steven O'Leary,
Stephen Campion, Matt Jessup, Patrick Sleight. Nick Hav»es MIDDLE ROW: Coach Mascia, Farid llupeju,
Richard McDonough, Steven Ganem, Julian Zamudio-Herrera, Nick Wisiaiko, Billy Kenney, Diarmuid
Gallagher, Matt McMahon, Mario Perry. Andrew Smith, Lorenzo SevI, Max Hasenauer, Chns McMahon.
Mati Reissfelder, Erik Brakke, Zach Blum. Steve Whelan, Ryan Lannum. Stephen Enckson BACK ROW:
Jon Anamateros, Ben Cautela. Sean Cote. Jack Foley, Stephen Lesage, John Dullea. Sam Maionson,
Maxx McCabe. Terrence Harris-Hughes, Bobby McLaughlin, Thomas Hanley, Conor Emerson, Jon Hawes,
Jackson Harrington, Tyler Cook, Chris Morra
k & Field
Interview with Caitlin Adamakis, Keelin Henderson,
Leah Schroeder, and Dani Kessler
Describe a typical practice. CA and KH: As throwers, we start with
warm-up laps and do some dynamic stretching. Afterwards we usu-
ally have core or legs circuit and then we go to our throwing events.
DK: For sprinters, practices vary, but typically we start off with a few
warm up laps and then abs and push up circuits.
Activities the team loves or dreads? CA and KH: People usually
hate the core workouts and the circuit training but enjoy throwing.
LS: We dread hills! We love zen runs which are just super slow and
conversational. DK: Flying 50's are probably the best type of work-
out. The worst is a long ladder, when we do repeat 400s.
Team Bonding Activities? LS: Stretching is a team bonding activity!
We sit in a circle and talk about our days. DK: One was our t-shirt
signing spirit day. Everyone was running around school in our white
t-shirts and getting people to sign in sharpie. It was awesome!
Describe the most memorable meet of the season. DK: Our meet
against Bellingham. It was a home meet, and we crushed them.
What was your favorite memory of the season? LS: My favorite
memories about the season are of the friendships that I've developed.
Track has the potential to be a very individual sport but if you only
focus on your own success, you miss out on a lot of good times.
Seniors, what will you miss the most? KH: Everything from the
team - the coaches, my friends, fun practices and especially throwing
javelin. LS: I will miss the team, the friendships, being crazy and loud,
and the coaches.
What advice would you offer underclassmen? LS: I would say to
have fun and keep your head up. Don't lose sight of your goals, or
the big picture. And drop the arms and go! DK: For future seasons, it
IS extremely important for underclassmen to not underestimate track
because it is challenging, rewarding, and SO MUCH FUN! Trying your
best is extremely important, because it does not only contribute to
your personal times, but it also helps your team.
What does receiving a Varsity Letter mean to you? KH: It means
that everything you have put into reaching your goals, whether it be
practicing or extra hours lifting, really paid off. LS: Receiving a varsity
letter means contributing to the team in a considerable way. Whether
it be points or an outstanding attitude, it means you bring something
to the team.
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FRONT ROW (L-R) Katnen Van Wagenen, Enn Curran, Sabrina Farley, Keelin Henderson, AnnMarie
O'Flaherty. Sophie KarpI, Alison McNulty. Nicky Pettit, Alison Campion, Leah Schroeder, Riley Cachelin,
Caillin Adamakis SECOND ROW: Kaitlm Hutchinson, Samaniha Bartholomew, Knstina Saliba, Zoe Radner.
Dani Kessler, Nora Smith, Liz Ralph, Tracy Donlon, Aly Grealish. Kelly Sennott, Kate Groton. Caitlin Reilly.
Caroline Lacey, Christa Cosenza, Sammy Nassi), Brianna Cataldo, Courtney Fay THIRD ROW- Rebecca
Rice, Jessica Sykowski, Chrissa Salemis, Sara Thomas, Maddie Cooke, Camille Harnngton. Katherine
Santisi, Olivia Fay, Jessica Ralph, Nadine Moujahed, Kaitlm Plecinoga, Hailey Boettger, Xiao Xiao Guo.
Tracie Winn, Chandler Middleton, Zoe Jordanides, Kate McLaughlin, Andrea Simi, Megan Ferren. Catherine
Leonard BACK ROW: Coach Testa, Coach Clifford, Shauna Wassmus, Katie Horsfall, Palncia McCann, Karia
Bachiller, Siobhan Burke, Rachel Morrison, Nevin Dizdari, Emily Bamberry, Melissa McManus, Callie Lupica,
Sarah AngelWedt, Phoebe Fitzgibbon, Sarah Nassif, Bryn MacGillivray, Meredith Kress, Allison Fleming. Sam
Kitchen, Jackie Kouri. Nadine Taghian, Julia Boettger. Coach Ricard
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Interview with Sarah Biron and Anne Lally
Tell us about a typical practice.
Are there particular drills/activities the team
loves? Or dreads? Our favorite drills are double
healix, 3v3 in the circle, goalie wars, and competi-
tions. We dread sprinting 300's and the full field
Describe a team-bonding activity. Our favorite
team bonding experiences have been pasta din-
ners, the trip to Syracuse, the UMass trip, the BO
versus BU game, and going out to dinner together
at Fire and Ice.
What does the day of a game feel like? The day
of a game feels \/er\/ intense and we try to get each
other really pumped up. During school we write fun
notes to each other, decorate lockers, and have fun
themed spirit days.
What are the routines for pre-game? One of our
pre-game rituals is doing arm swag during agilities.
Describe the most memorable game of the
season (so far). Our most memorable game would
definitely be beating Lincoln-Sudbury by a ton!
Do you guys have a lucky charm? We have a
lucky charm which is actually a charm that says
[_UCKY on It!
What will you miss most? What we will miss
most as seniors will be all of the awesome under-
classmen, our coach Leslie, long runs, rolling the
dice, and white vs green competitions.
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
Some advice we would offer underclassmen for
future seasons would be to be relentless, go hard or
go home, and leave it all on the field.
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to
you? Receiving a Varsity Letter means a lot be-
cause it shows how much wort< and dedication you
have put in to achieving your goals.
FRONT ROW (L-R): Christa DeMovellan. Shannon Hogan, Sarah Biron. Anne Lally, Emily McGrail, Mary
0' Sullivan BACK ROW: Mollie Brown, Richael Walsh, Laura McHoul, Alex McLauglin, Manna Burke,
Meghan Kelly, Kale Rich, Molly Smith, Ela Hazar, Kasey Keane, Kim Egizi. Abby Keaveney, Emily Haddad.
Jamison O'Neill, Meghan Raskin
Tell us about a typical practice. DV: We warm up, stretch, and
play 6 on 6 scrimmages. Also, we split into defense and offense
positions and do specifics drills.
Are there particular drills/activities the team loves?
Or dreads? SC: 1 v1 and scrimmaging are some popular drills.
conditioning is the only part of practice that people don't like that
much. CA: Sprints are the worst part, especially when the losers
at games have to run sprints afterwards.
Describe a team-bonding activity. SC: The team usually bonds
the most when we chill together, especially at pasta dinners.
What does the day of a game feel like? DV: Game days in
school are always a good time. We like to throw each other the
star trek symbol to get fired up, and our emotional leader, Pat
Walsh, gets everyone super pumped up.
What are the routines for pre-game? CA: Some of the team
members wear eye black and we blast music from an ipod in the
locker room and on the bus.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. MF:
The most memorable game of the season was against Holliston
at Flahive under the lights. We beat Holliston for the first time in
Westwood varsity boys' history. On top of that, our victory put us
into the state tournament, which knocked Holliston out.
Do you guys have a lucky charm? MF: Our lucky charm is
Brendan Dalton's flow.
What will you miss most? DV: The seniors will miss the pasta
dinners, the bus rides and coach Z. CA: I'll miss hanging out with
the team the most since we became really close with each other
What advice would you offer underclassmen? DV: Work
hard and always make sure you train during the off season
because it is the deciding factor
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you?
CA: The varsity letter signifies working for both personal success
and the team's success. It means your contribution mattered for
the whole team.
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FRONT ROW (L-Ri' Sean Fitzgefald. Conor Murphy, Charlie Audi, Patnck Masi-Phelps, Jake Lupica,
Jimmy Curtin. Mike Filbin, Sean Gondnck, Dave Von Euw, Mike Raskin, Tom Ollerhead, Sam Hams, Scott
McManus BACK ROW: Jake Drew, Theo Treon, Brendan Dalton. Denn Ahigian, Chnstian Heidelberger,
1 Jake Zapcic, Chns Annis, Shane Troy. Mike Keane, Sean Laughlin. Mike Phillips, Pat Walsh, Casey
McQuillan, Kiernan Somers, Brandon Rodenbush
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FRONT ROW (L-R): Andrew Brodsky, Rob Sleight, Mark O'Connor, Matt Haddad, Nicky Diiuiis, Kyle Wise,
Patrick Hutchinson, Nick Webber BACK ROW: Stephen Fallon, Matt Masi-Phelps, Michael Venli, Nima
Rahimi, David McDonald, Samus Brien. Pete Halkett, Eric Lavoie. Nicky Antonellis, Rami Audi. Scott
McKenna, Patrick Gardner. Evan April. Nathan Daley. Dan Moore
Sportsmanship Charlie Audi
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FRONT ROW (L-Ri Steven Harrington, Sean Mula, Trevor Holbrook, Jack Murphy, Pierce Dierker.
Timothy Brodnck, Corey McDonough. Michael Audi. Anthony Salami BACK ROW: David Moran. Oneil
H Kidd Ian Delaney. Matthew Lynch, Ryan Demarinis. Michael Peterson, Daniel Curtin, Daniel DeVoy
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Interview with Kelley Steeves and Andrea Winn
Tell us about a typical practice. Our practices are split into two
parts. First we go for a run, as a team, and do a lot of sprints at the
multi-purpose field. We then hit the tennis courts where we do chal-
lenge matches and drills. Typically you will hear the word KNIFE! yelled
across the courts and Melanie spontaneously singing.
Are there particular drills/activities the team loves? Or dreads?
We love the buh-bye drill. I think Houston gets more out of it. but its
still really fun. We don't particularly enjoy the running aspect, but it
keeps us in good shape.
Describe a team-bonding activity. Two of our team bonding activi-
ties are our trips to Bubbling Brook and our pasta dinners (though
instead of pasta, we eat lots of Mexican food).
What does the day of a match feel like? On match days, some
times we do spirit days, but it's really not different from any other day
if we're playing a tough team like Medfield, everyone gets hyped up.
What are the routines for pre-match? When we get out on the
courts, we split up singles and doubles and we do our own thing, like
groundstrokes, volleys and serves.
Describe the most memorable game of the season. The most
memorable match of the season was probably our first of the season
against Holliston. We have a lot of young players on the team and for
us to beat Holliston 5-0 was pretty awesome.
Do you guys have a lucky charm? Our lucky charm is definitely Otis,
but sharing a bus with the freshmen boys' baseball team is also lucky
What will you miss most? I think that we will really miss everything
about the team. We all share a close bond and have had so many laughs
and memories with the whole team. We will sincerely miss singing on the
bus with everyone to the "Chacarron Macarron" and 'Take You to Rio!"
What advice would you offer underclassmen? Come into the sea-
son in shape and ready to play! Be sure to be outgoing - it'll get you far!
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you? Receiving a
varsity letter means that you have truly accomplished something. You
have taken your talent to the next level. Once you have that letter in
your hand, you have a strong sense of pride.
Interview with Matt Levine, Josh Goldberg,
Believe Opara and Hani Singer
Describe a typical practice.
When we warm up, we do laps and lots of stretching.
We also do suicides and drills like moving up and down
Activities the team loves? Activities the team dreads?
We hate suicides and bunny hops around the world.
What are your team bonding activities?
We bond when the team goes to Subway to eat. We
have pasta dinners too, and we bond on the long bus
rides to matches.
What does match day feel like?
We are in anticipation for the "war" of tennis. We get
really pumped. We also high five in the hallways.
What was the most memorable match of the season?
Hopkington was a memorable match for us. We all
What's your favorite memory of the season?
Our favorite memories are the Walk for Hunger and our
pasta dinners. Also, our last home match was a good
memory, even though we lost.
As a senior what will you miss about the sport?
We will miss all of the good times with Mr Dolleman
because he is a motivator and gets us pumped up.
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
Win the meets, and practice!
Our team songs were the "Space Jam" theme song and
various techno bangers.
Do you have a lucky charm?
Believe 's hair
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FRONT ROW (L-R): Chris Frangieh, Matt Levine, Chris Lui, Brandon Jarva BACK ROW: (L-R); Believe
Opara, Tommy Hu, Cody Whalen, Ryan McNulty, Matt Gee
M.V.P. Matt Levine
Sportsmanship Matt Gee
Unsung Hero Josh Goldberg
FRONT ROW (L-R|: Joe EII<houry, Ehren Wong, Arun Rangarajan BACK ROW (L-R): Will Scarpa, Sleven
Lannum, Mike Sanlisi, Noah Ouellette, Gabriel Goldberg, Nick Adjami, Ben Gantert
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Interview with Rachel Masotta and Leigha Valentine
Tell us about a typical practice. We start by running laps.
then throw with partners. Then we go into our outfield and
infield positions and do some plays, switching positions so
everyone gets to practice.
Are there particular drills/activities the team loves?
Or dreads? Yes, I hate setting up the machines for batting.
Also, we line up at every base, so that each person gets to
play each positions.
Describe a team-bonding activity. We go out to dinner a
lot, especially to Bubbling Brook. The team has been amaz-
ing this season on and off the softball field, we've grown into
What does the day of a game feel like? Everyone is a
lot more focused, and we tend to high five each other in the
halls to make everyone less nervous. Game days are exciting
and full of energy. We do spirit days and pictures in front of
What are the routines for pre-game? We always take
pictures at Leigha's locker Also, Joanne always has to be the
one to get the first ball, or then the whole game is messed up.
Describe the most memorable game of the season.
It was actually this Wednesday (May 25th) against Medway
because we made it in the tournament.
Do you guys have a lucky charm? Sort of. Before a
game someone has to pick a quote and cut it into strips.
Then we all read it and tuck it into our socks.
What will you miss most? I'll miss everything! The game,
team, and coaches; especially because I won't be playing in
What advice would you offer underclassmen? I would
say that they should work together and be close with each
other because it is a team sport.
What does receiving a varsity letter mean to you? It
1 1 lakes me feel proud and accomplished to have reached a
new level in the sport that I love.
FRONT ROW E B Messineo, Sheila OSullivan, Amanda Diiulis, Rachel MasoMa. Leigha Valenline. Molly
O'Brien. Joanne O'Sullivan BACK ROW: Coach Sherr, Liz Lotlus, Alana Piccinlli, Sam Diehl,
Keira Travers, Kristina Barounis, Emileigh Rau, Brittany Dwan,
FRONT ROW Brooke Magliozzi. Kiley Ward, Renee Pisano, Dhvani Palel. Caroline Porter. Alison Black.
BACK ROW: Annie Murray. Carol Han. Maddie Stewart. Elizabeth Stuehr. Juliana Barounis. Hannah
Orcutt. Sammy Brook. Kathleen Mcwatters. Shannon Stivaletta. Linnea Thomas
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Tell us about a typical practice. A typical
practice consists of us stretching, sprinting and
working the field. We also practice batting and try
to make practice as nnuch like a game as possible.
Are there particular drills/activities the team
loves? Or dreads? We like batting practice
because it's fun and more relaxing compared to
fielding, which we do not like because it is tedious.
Describe a team-bonding activity. We had a
lot of fun when we went out to eat at Jake and
Joes. We also bonded at Murph's, but gener-
ally we bond through practice and hanging out
together on the weekends.
What does the day of a game feel like?
Whenever we have a game it always seems that
we're so excited for the games that we cannot
focus on anything else, (which makes it tough in
What are the routines for pre-game? When
we travel for away games we always sit in the
same seats with someone and eat snacks.
Describe the most memorable game of the
season. The most memorable game was against
Holliston because we beat them at their home
field at night. But, the best memory was against
Norwell when Posty got his first hit.
Does your team have a team song? Our team
song is "Give Me Everything" by Pitbull.
What advice would you offer underclassmen?
My advice for underclassmen is to work hard and
be committed to the team and giving your all. ..oh,
and don't listen to forest.
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The Visual and Performing Arts Departments co-hosted
Encounters with the Arts, an annual showcase of student
work. The evening had a festival feel, with a huge vari-
ety of activities, performances, and exhibits, throughout
the Arts Wing, from which visitors could choose. Stu-
dent groups from classes such as Chorus, Orchestra,
and Drama presented energetic pieces. Extracurricular
music groups, including Passing Notes and Jazz Band,
performed, as did student led groups like "Haley and the
Bones". The corridors and art studios were transformed
nto galleries for work from all visual art classes. Seven
upperclassmen exhibited their portfolios and responded
to visitors' questions at "Meet the Artist". Digital Photog-
raphy students offered "Fun Family Portraits", with prints
to take home and many arts students led interactive
art-making activities. The "cherry on the sundae" for the
evening was Project Empty Bowls, a fundraiser by the
Th-IVI Honor Society and the Visual Arts Department. For
a small donation, guests got to enjoy ice cream sundaes
and take home a hand-made bowl. The event raised
nearly $1000 for the Greater Boston Food Bank.
FROhJT ROW (L-R): A.J. Sadler, Steven McCarthy. Brianna King, Eliza Kaplan. Erica Nagle.
Jacky Martin. Sabrina Farley MIDDLE ROW: Anokh Palakurthi, Nick Damren, Sarah Hogan.
Justin Magnan, Dorian Otserstein. Calla Titseri, Delaney Russell. Khadijah Desanges, Mary Claire
Leone BACK ROW: Shannon McCarthy, Becky Farley, Thomas Mandeville, Jackson Harrington.
Grayson Asmar, Ben Pincus, Leanne Murray, Julie Gardella, Hayley Lim, Molly Hanlon, Katharine
Nedder, Nick Adjami, Viveka Mastandrea, Jessica Woycik
The caliph Shahryar responds to his wife's betrayal by killing her. Each
night thereafter he marries a girl in the village only to kill her in the morning.
When the young Scheherezade is chosen to be his bride she relies on her
storytelling skills to save not only her own life, but to save and heal Shahryar.
This story of love, loss, and redemption took the stage for this year's fall
play, The Arabian Nights. Written by Mary Zimmerman, who according to
many cast members is actually a god, the play was a touching combination
of heartfelt, reflective, and comical tales. The ensemble cast, in beautiful
Arab costumes, created a world in which the whim of the caliph could spell
doom. Utilizing Zimmerman's words the cast took the audience on a jour-
ney that won't soon be forgotten.
FRONT ROW (L-R) Alex Jackson. Shannon McCarthy, Sabrina Farley, Kyle Menyhert, Ellen Kunkel, Mary Doyle, Erica Nagle, Jacky Martin, Bnanna King. Hillary Hui,
Elise Blanchatd. Eliza Kaplan. Alison Campion. Wison McNulty. Josh Goldberg. Matt Hurley. Matt Levine. Sleven McCarthy. A.J. Sadler SECOND ROW: Becky Farley,
Thomas Mandeville. Julian Zamudio, Brian Delsignore. Justin Magnan. Sarah Hogan. Elidi Chan. Anokh Palakurthi. Annie Craig. Abigail Keaveney. Zoe Radner,
Lee Hatfield. Sma Salehi. Alana Piccinlli, Delaney Russell, Julia Bornstein, Melissa Solimine THIRD ROW: Rebecca Rice. Yu Qiao. Elizabeth Lottus. Haley Smith.
Kim Flalley. Khadijah Desanges. Lauren Harnngton. Molly Hanlon. Connor O'Brien. Katharine Nedder. Caitlyn Moore. Lisa Petrie. Mana Munaf. Andrew Gettmgs.
Chloe Snyder. Margaret Holler, Julia Kaplan. Arev Doursonian. An Ventola. Jackie Kouri. Zach Piscitelli, Jon Anamateros, Arun Rangarajan, Julie Gatdella. Leanne
Murray. Nick Adjami. Steven Kane. Viveka Mastandrea, Hayley Um, Ben Gantert. Ben Pincus BACK ROW: Sara Thomas, Katherine Santisi, Julia Ellis. Jessica Woydk,
Allison Aries. Victona Sayeg. Linnea Thomas, Mary Claire Leone. Bobby Brennan. Jackson Harrington. Steven Harnngton
fROm ROW (L-R): Elidi Chan. Elise Blanchard, Tracy Donlon. Allison Cuccoli. Jason Demarinis. Michael Venti.
Kevin Long. Ashley LBephn. Ullas Rao, Alison Campion MIDDLE ROW: Stephen Campion. Chris Lui. Hani
Singer. Matt Masi-Phelps. Michael Santisi. Sammy Pease. Jake Indursky. Will Spear. Pat Masi-Phelps BACK
ROW: Joey Perez. P.J. Cook, Fahad Mi/nir. Sam Malonson. Hayley Lim, Ben Gantert. Chris Frangieh. Conor Duffy,
Ed Han, Kieman Somers. Keelin Henderson, Enn Curran. Alison McNulty, Erik Brakke, Kevin Nangeroni. Ms. Cote
Having great times at track, key club, friends and family, teaching religious classes, meet-
ing great new people... Turph's in NonA/ood. CIA talk, spring/winter track-Boothie, J-Puti,
Stabbing myself with a javelin, Shot-Put, TVLs... everything plaid, seeing/nneeting simple
plan, turtles, 'The 18 List', New Hampshire trips, bubbling brooks trips in the summer,
learning how to jump-start a car at bubbling brook, hide and seek in the dark-manhunt,
kahma, pod 1 . 'the 99 meter group'... Thanks Westwood High for all the awsome memories!
Canoe, madden, greg's attic, chase estate's wiffleball/football, halo at greg's, groovy
freshman bball, 1/21/08, soph halloween and the boombox, march madness week-
ends in NH, AMP, Hale, junior year Canton, Brett's attic, RIP PEN, Mississippi 09-10.
Truro, DPW, Vinny!, Loon, pool bball, OTR, Starbucks, St.Tim's. McD's, Friday Night
Lights, "Your Hand In Mine", tribal names, football - safety/receiver, ski team, lax - de-
fensive middy much love Yalda, Chris Molch sup my dude, love you Nicky, Jojo, Mom,
Dad, Rocky, and friends... PEACE!
Omg Amanda i missed you so much!! Going to miss "mommy" and koojo my boyfriend.
Caroline we have had way too many memories, which i can't share. Mimi! my phone
antenna in McGunagle's class, our time in English -too many memories but the fact we
never understood anything. And i will miss our talks & fun hangouts. Ay Bay Bay- miss
your sense of humor Kateyin our fun times roasting smores. Boyfriend and Jimmy I will
miss you both so much, Bobby all the rides home and prom. Mike love our insulting
comments, all my hunior girllyss i will miss you so much. I Love you. Be good!!
Freshman Soccer. Cody's car. Burkie and Cody: that ol' Alaskan. DAHL STOP LEAV-
ING YOUR PHONE IN MY CAR. Sunday joy ndes in Burkie's Bentley. Awesome times,
more to come.
Ll'v'E THE DREAM and keep the tips up. Sophomore Halloween, spring 09. pun-
ta cana 6.22.11, Greek palace, brett's attic, quinn's couch. Westwood baseball
and football, boston trips, rascal limo. snoop dogg. falmouth. 4th of July, mar-
thas vineyard, condos house, prom weekend, family and friends, posty driv-
ing, you can do whatever you want to do in life if you believe, become legendary,
LIVE THE DREAM CLASS OF 201 1
NC 09, NO 1 0, NC 11 , 1 62 Far Reach Road, 60 Partndge Drive, KFed's Cackle. Fifa
and Madden with Vito, midnight train, senior year in general, Panera, Downey Mud
"You meet people who forget you. You forget people you meet. But sometimes you
meet those people you can't forget. Those are your friends, and a friend is someone
who understands your past, believes in your future, and accepts you just the way
you are." Senior Ladies and the Lebs, never left my side, no matter what happened.
We may be apart in distance, but never in heart.
It's been a great four years, I will miss everything from WHS. I have so many great
memories and I want to thank all my fnends, and my family for being there and
supporting me. I have no regrets, and I am thankful for all the relationships I have made
along the way. I have learned so much here, and I'm gonna miss it. Good luck to the
class of 2011!
"Cause you'll be in my neart, you'll be in my heart, from this day
on, now and forever more." NappleChapple. StatechampsOQ. Oreo
brownies. 162FarReach Rd, F9 forever, Sbestfriends: we made it
Bustin'ButLally & McShorty. EAS3, FAMILY 143. POD, Best TVL
announcers NC1 1 . SPOT, cassie, SO, Safety and fun. Sweaty and
Bloated. Rich Pretty Skinny. AWKpalmtree, jplicks. midnight harry-
potter. brooms up! sledding, schwanbeck.org, SJ. Anyone behind
me? crash. "Its gonna get harder still, before it gels easy"
"memories never die and true fnends never say goodbye"... 6AMIGAS. "best frents." sum-
mer crew, landshark. Nantucket. MV-Themo, Bo. bush. Cape/Kathy's. tubing, "go nelly."
Hull "i remember those days." PUNTA CANA'11. Annual Rascal Flatts concert. Friday
movie nights. Saturday mall tnps. BSATPLAC. Joey satmorning bagels. Aint no mountain
high enough. Sisterhood, lunch w/michael. franklin roadtrips. superfans. flat tire, superhe-
roes. theattic. cavegiris. sixflags. kelleys roof. miami09. 6a pyramid, pretzelm&ms. singing
listen. 23. going blonde, pheasant hill, seniorsi 1 soccershots. JKSD. driving point sys-
tem, "long live the walls we crashed through i had the time of my life with you.."
9.28.07. Coconuts. Bngadoon. Little Ossippie lake, Waterboro. Twelfth Night. AAU, big
girls don't cry. National anthems. Zombie Prom. 53. No air. Sweet sixteen. R&G dance
parties. 12.12.09, 1 miss you and love you. 2.28.10. Evita, Che committee. Don't want
to miss a thing. Hartford, another day in paradise, moonfall quartet. Assisi. Old orchard
beach. Charity concert. Please remember December. How to succeed.Thank you, I
love you. "Because I knew you. I have been changed for good." "Here's to high school,
how it flies; to the bonds and to the ties; to the love that never dies."
6AMIGAS "bestfrents." Dixie Dudes, Summer crew. PUNTA CANA '11. "Go Nelly"
Brett's attic. BSATPLAC. Saturday morning bagels. Ain't no mountain high enough.
Landshark. Nantucket-juice bar, Peter, survivor MV- Themo, Bo. Cape/Katie's man-
sion and dock. Kathy's. Annual Rascal Flatts. Friday movie nights. Saturday mall tnps.
Cavegiris. Vball. Superfans. Flat tire. Tubing. Miami 09. Kelley's root. 6A pyramid. Six
flags. Lunch with Michael. Stats=death. Pretzel M&M's. Long car rides. Singing. Ice
cream. Hypochondriacs (Molly). "Can I go to sleep for a sec?" Baylor's Brain Gang.
"Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened."- Dr. Seuss
Afternoon Car Crew. "What about my mouth?" "Don't cry, you look ugly when you cry,"
"Oh, I took that back." Hiding in the ceiling. Au Bon Pan. Car Chases in Shaw's park-
ing lot. Rainbow Prom, Getting kicked out. Bag o' Kittens ... So cute you just want to
punch them. A memory lasts forever. Never does it die. Tme friends stay together. And
never say goodbye.
The measuring cup Sunday nights Rallying, strawberry shortcake, the crippler, mcshor-
tay, beans, birex, tough Indian, bobby, Fedorowicz, back hugs, bromontana
It all goes by so fast and there's so nnuch I will miss; but it all comes dov.Tt to the people
you meet, the memories you share, and the family you make.
I will always cherish my memories created in an out of school as a student at WHS.
Though I was an avid trend setter, I always felt like a fit in the social community and I
really enjoyed my experience. Thank you to all my friends I have made and kept along
the way I will never forget you or any of the hilarious and wonderful times we have
It's amazing to see how
far we have all come over
the past four years. In
retrospect. I view each
academic year as another
chapter of our four-year
journey together at WHS,
As we conclude our final
chapter, we wonder where
we will go from here.
Whatever the future holds,
we will follow unique paths
and face new challenges
at every turn. Above all,
we will never forget all the
good times we have had at
Westwood High School and all the memories we share.
Thank you. Class of 201 1 , for making our green years shine.
Swim Team, "Doing the Legacy". SPAIN2010 & Manny Dance parties at Keelin's porch,
endless Friday movie nights. Rascal Flatts'10, Late nights at Bugaboo, JJCREW FOR-
EVER. Sundae School, Nauset Beach, Warped Tour '09, Chilies with Richard, MISSIS-
SIPPI 09-10, Tom
Petty, Snow days.
Bruins vs. Montreal,
Chatham Light Beach,
Chatham A's, Humani-
ties with McGunagle,
Summers in Brewster,
Skiing at Whiteface,
Digital Photo love, I
love my SLTP family
All my friends I love
you and we never
stopped laughing. To
my family I love you
and thank you for your
Never thought this time would come. After more than a decade of growing up to-
gether, it's now time to fill the pages of the completely different stones each of our
lives are going to tell. What I'll never forget: Summer nights, the beach, daily lif-
ers. The Bronco, "Bronco friends", proms, Westwood Eating Team, St. Jude's Charity
Concert, sweet sixteen. Rascal Flatts'09&'lQ, Dave Matthews '10, Country Fest '09.
The Dance Force, FALMOUTH, "not going to school in Westwood", GTL, The Three
Stooges, WICKED&RENT, the GH crew<3, Reppin' the X, songwriting sessions, and
finally: PEACE WESTWOOD
I want to remember my time at Westwood High School has been a learning expenence.
I learned a lot academically and also about life. I was put into some sticky situations that
I had to learn to get out of.
I will never forget the wonderful times I've spent in the NICHE, at movie nights, frolfing,
Turphs at Norwood, Taco Nights, Mr G, ice skating, orchestra, library book sales, all the
time in the project lab, and posting flynn nder in a locker.
Wednesday Roster. The Den. Bio. Chem. MISTAH BEANS. Cube Runner. NH With Ru-
pert. Yammy. Roches. Halloween 2009, Humarock. DOUHTS! Mem. OHHHHH. HYE.
Bodog. Stu Feiner. Calling Mickey Dusting off the hands. Mr.Scruff. Mr. Ducheneau. Cam
and his pool table. Cruising in Walsh's Mini Van. Prom. DMB. Jen's Cape House. Driving
in Benny's whip. Benny's whip having seizures. Square dancing at Zac Brown. Country-
fest. New York City. Realizing was a real thing. Going to California. Fuji's. 123456. Watch-
ing Mr. Shuman tool on Bobby. Stink. Skyler. Just being with my friends.
I will miss the awesome
times in the A-pod.
Also, "iQue va? ^Que
va?" and the Chan
Clan. I will miss Papa
Gino nights, "winning"
Oragano, and Penguin
Movie Nights. "Sthu-
per Sthexy", great
times in the Niche, and
my amazing friends.
Car crash delaying school, acetone in Plunkett's Class, Life with Dexter, junior English,
baseball games with K$, ADL Conference with Peer Mediation, class with Mr. D, spell-
ing words w/ Scrabble pieces in English, Wolverine Wednesdays, "Literally" 16 times in
a class, unlimited debate with Steven
The best four years of my life consisted of. . . Hockey, Lacrosse, bus rides home, driving
to practice at 4 am, Mrs. Egizi's cookies, getting taco face with Gav during advantage
practice. Captains practice, pasta dinners, Needham Roche Bros. Going to bass pro
every Thursday of junior year. Crowd surfing at Prom, Getting mad at Brian for not having
his phone. Going to OTR, abandon highway, B. Ave and the drag stnp with my boys.
Hanging out with Maddy during free, Mr. Schwanbeck's Class and Ms. Clifford's Class.
Murphs, Cruising the suburban, brett's attic after hockey games, the squad, chilling
on quinn's couch, the hockey team, Windows BE AN, Sandy, mini hockey shoot out,
biking to dunkies everyday the jar, the focus, "You miss 100% of the shots you don't
take"- Wayne Gretzky, actually seeing the dover demon, laxtitute applications. Fire +
Ice, Punta Cana, MV in the summer, PP2, the first medway game, singing with jumbo
jim, Maine in the summer
"They say you only live once,
but when you live like us once is
enough" I will always remember
Vball 09', Team Jacob, mary-
lous, marco island, JP Licks,
BTR, Summer Jam, "He's sim-
ply a hidden gem," Taylor Swift
10', October 9, 2010, Cape
Cod*, Rascal Flatts, we laugh
a lot. Sierra's, beach trips,
Greg Niles jumping over me,
"we're such night owls., hoot
hoot," movie nights, camp
outs, Dre's palace, Januan/
17,2010, Dp's at Yalda's, and
"Get this!" Thanks to my fam-
ily and friends throughout with
years, I couldn't have done it
I had such a great time at WHS! I met a lot of great teachers and kids. I participated in
two activities; the now extinct Chess Club and Robotics. Thomas McNulty and I would go
once a week to an empty math classroom and play chess. There were only two occasions
when someone else showed up... whoever you were thank you. Robotics was a blast! I
would like to thank the jokers for all the funny moments they made possible. Everything
from putting "Ethan Dolleman" on the attendance list for a substitute, to making me say
tunny things while sitting on the hood of Mike Ventura's car (thank you John Abi-Elias).
"We live for the nights we'll never forget with the friends we'll always remember" : West-
wood Football, the Juniors, July 4th 09, Cape Cod, COUNTRYFEST!!, Coast Guard,
Peters Palace, Round 1+2-t-3, New Year's 09 -1- 10, McDonalds runs. Freshman Base-
ball, Pepper Spray, late night W, hockey/baseball/lax games, lax BBQ's Punta Cana.
PTown, Mac's Sea Shack, Eastham, Whiffle Ball, Canton, the caddy -1- Clifford rides,
"..loving lily.", "top 0' the mornin to ya", a summer 11 to remember, Westwood High
School thanks for the best 4 years.
On the first day of Freshman Year, I walked up and down the halls attempting to find
the direction of my classes. I remember worrying that my high school experience would
be like my first day, not knowing where to go and what to expect. With school activities
and with great friends along the way I began to feel like I belonged at WHS, and I was
happy to be a part of the community here. When I look back, I want to remember high
school as a time where I realized the person I want to be.
The past four years I have spent in Westwood have flown by. Because of my experi-
ences here, I have learned so much about myself and about who I want to continue to
be in the future. There were many ups and downs, but I would never change a thing
about my time here. I have changed for the better because of Westwood. Thank you
to my family, fnends. Dr. Brody and Ms. Cataldo, and all my teachers, especially Dr.
Zarrow, for watching me and helping me grow these last four years. "The only thing
constant in life Is change."
I thoroughly enjoyed my two years at Westwood High. I am grateful for my experiences
on the Golf, Track, and Baseball teams as well as the Ultimate Frisbee Club. Muffin
Town and Bagel Central will always be my "guilty secrets'".
I'm overall happy with everything I got to do at WHS. I loved spending time with my fnends
and am glad I had a good group to support me, laugh with me and share high school vM~\
me. I will remember high school as long, stressful but overall a good time. The only thing I
would change during my high school experience is to not stress the little things so much and
learn how to forgive and forget a little better. I hope people remember me as someone wtio
was a good friend and had the ability to bnghten up someone's day As much as I couldn't
wait for my final days of high school, I think I'll be able to look back and miss WHS.
c3. "Be who you are and say what you feel Decause those who mind don't matter
and those who matter don't mind." Leah-the list of good deeds, "we laugh a lot" "GET
THIS..." francesca's pool/campouts. 1/17/10. TimMcGraw, taylorswift/BIEBERFEVER,
rascalflatts. VBALL09NEVERDIES. Diva's porch. DHS,SOR1216, Aruba/winter'08. 25
hawktree drive, marylou's. WWL/\Xremix. joonyas. val's Maine house (rite-aid missions).
Babson EMLMKR. stretchingcult. stefi-fun days. lily-SISTAS. cape09. newyearsi 1/E.R.
yAyAz. powderpuff. 2timekeener. 18th bday weekend... thankkgya to my friends&family
I love you alL..lamnotasenior.
Seniors 201 1! ill never forget...,
leaving the door open, friday
nights at the kitchen table,
halloween 09, NH sophomore
year, diet goats, meeting rod-
ney in falmouth, getting punchy,
4A, egor!, walpole, FX, jackies
basement and teta, amandas,
ya know its just a little some-
thing something, "thats fresh",
is it?? are we?, chip chip chee-
rio!, thats nuts, fhockey baked
goods<3, egyptian ratscrew,
bit of a chunkah eh?,CALL IT
X, K.A.A.A, duxbury, BAK, "hey
guys..", "you know what i just realized?!", english accents, clam bakes, the pathfinder,
the new boyz on the block, adam sandier?!, 2am mac and cheese, rustafarian, and
shieepin gts, im glad you wrapped it up this time, see you at the pitchers mound!.
"Beginnings are scary, endings are usually sad: it's what you do in between that counts
the most. " espionage, monsterball 2010, cape cod, sugar angels, Colorado with chris
rock, RDS <3 sd-ea-lc-sd-cr-jd, vila-real, sweet 16, latin, PLL at mayas, sox and Celt-
ics games, pooter, okemo, skying, lilly and angel, the date switch, samp Thanks to
everyone that made high school so much fun, love you all <3
Friday night sleep overs at Alex's, car ride adventures, grub sessions, Westw/ood High
theater, cast bowling, hug circles, cast parties, sky zone, dance parties on stage, voice
recital fiascos, crazy Halloween costumes, stalking MM squared, belting loudly at
Alex's, dinner at Chilis and after school locker side chats. Westwood High School is
filled with so many fun memones that I will remember forever. I am going to miss all my
friends terribly They have made my high school experience memorable and amazing.
I love you guys!
The Zone, BDM, Cape, What up ton?. Pushing the caddy greek palace, festival of life,
TimlO, vandy Bro BQ's, Canton, poppy south beach, themo, Clifford, ghetto, bess.
frank. Sand's. KMNT. Brett's, kingston, Indian pond, kiddie pools, bonfires, pepper
spray party, rally
e4. "Windows. March madness. Fnday night lights, my attic, hey baby, getting rejected
by Union, martha's vineyard/ bug in yappas car. wills many gfs. "I live here", dre's. Dan-
iel's cape house junior prom, sean and posty on the canoe. PAPIIII, be game and tonys
hugs, super bowl 1 1 at quinns, Johnny's basement poker, halloween- fog machine,
rachels basement, stones 's invincibility, bacne. 12.5 percent, blonde kid. bawled kid,
cujo's 3rd. "I don't think she saw me", senior year. My 3ps love you 4ever.
Ciceron eye. Patrick Walsh's Mimvan. Dr Benj eye Glaser. Wearing Sweaters. Playing
Golf. Breathing, and Staying Hydrated
Class of '1 1 . Freshman football joke circles, freshman baseball, hockey, 4am, new gar-
den, Bretts, Condos in the summer, Norfolk, Gregs, Canton, KMNT, Westport, Rascal,
Tim'10, Country Fest, What up ton?, Pushin the caddy, greek palace, Halloween '08,
New Years, Bassets, Rob's, Truro, SASA, Medway. Good times, Live it up.
Don't eat food in the library.
CHEERLEADING. Friday night games, Pep railys. Dp's on the bus. Away games. Cheer
Camp. Big Dave. Club UCA. Banana '09. Man carrier 9 o'clock. Holla atcha gurl. 3AF
Fresh like us. Triangle. Get at me. Triple threat. CougNation. Seniors X Forever. Dream
Team. "Were out on the prowl". FIGHT. Friendiys. Lc&Lo. "Were nuuuts". Sisters<3.
Momo. Summer '09. Car Crew, Go big or Go Home. GG, #10, Twinnys, AG, Couldn't
live without my fnends. The show goes on. "Leave a mark they can't erase neither
space nor time. So when the director yells cut, ill be fine. I'm forever young."
I hope my legacy is one of a girl who knows who she is and has no fear in expressing
herself, even if that means not being like everyone else.
" _r 1
It has been good, and times has gone really fast. Thanks to all the friends other homies-
You know who my friends are in Westwood High School. Excluding the fact that West-
wood town IS bit boring, it had been very peaceful, except I lived in a house that is not
peaceful for 4 years. There are lots of memories, but if I have to choose one. well this is
really obvious thing, but I will just say it. The one thing that I will definently remember, is
that Edward J. Han is SUPREME.
6A, XC '10. BOFA. Cape Cod. Rascal. PUNTA'11. MV trips: Bo&Themo. Nantucket.
Teddy & family the little, "it's chill." Lunch with Michael, in general. Love list, "hairflip"
3three3. Brett's attic. Kelley's roof. Pretzel m&ms. 23. Superheroes. Cavegirls. Six flags.
Tripod. Pod lives on. Go Nelly Superfans. Car rides to Franklin. Flat tire. Singing "Lis-
ten." Don't cry for me Argentina. Snugglefests. Marky Mark. Dusty. "I say we make a
pact. Here and now. We're here for each other, always, no matter what happens in life."
-Now and Then
Being a student at Westwood High School has been quite the experience for me. One
of my favorite memones of Westwood High school was the trip to QuetDec my French
class went on when I was a junior I also enjoyed the prom and all the good times with
my friends. I have met so many new people here, both seniors and underclassmen.
And I have learned so many great skills. I have enjoyed my stay here, however I am
ready to move on and start the next chapter in my life.
Being the new kid. broth-
erhood, north star phc
tography club, science
team, josh "lighting strike
goldberg. cross country,
tennis. OTR southern style
sweet tea. ultimate fris-
bee. games club, magic
the gathering with WS, Jl,
and PMR rec ball. Christ-
mas eve skiing, stumble-
upon in the library, sound
crew with MH and ML.
Kids Got No Kick, Wild Man, All-States for Cross Country, the Magic Woods, and the
pyramids on top of PJ's desk.
Greece, cramming in pmac's trasn can, frank, canton, moloys prom weekend, oprah,
mashpee in the summer hanging out at Sheehan school field with Andreas and
Quinn... .maybe one other kid?, the boombox!, Bella, promnight breakups, buckmaster
barbecues, m&m's cone every day campouts at Condricks, neighborhood walks with
Aitnougn iugn school is commg to an end. I wili always remember: xc is sexc, marcel
the shell with shoes on, thatcher every day, cats, BSATPLAC, Ain't No Mountain High
Enough, post parties, near death experiences with the javelin, Boothie, smurfs, break-
fasts at Murphs, Fantasia on the Dargason, room C, Doug, obsession with music, hide
and go seek, manhunt, night sledding. It's scary to think that it's almost over, but with
the endless support of my family and friends I can leave high school with unforgettable
memories and the knowledge that I enjoyed every minute of it.
Live On; No Regrets - F Block Free. BABS. Parking Lots. Chocolate Ice. Maine '10. 'TM
ROMAN..." Outta Control. SugarHoneylcedTea&ButterPecanPuertoRlcan. Black Eyed
Peas, Summer Jam, Monster Jam (x2) and Usher (; Norwood/Randolph/Brockton/Quincy.
Rummy Eight hour lifers. Clicking? Stop. Hot Cider. "She sat on me five years ago." Ques-
tionable. "I 'need' to talk to you. Like I NEED to." Like really? The Crew. The Track. DW.
"Shake ya, make ya, mad." Rayon and Xavier (McDonalds guy mafia guy, train station guy
Newport guy etc.) IMTMTH. "Must be really sunny under there..." 143. Deuces. (;
Dave Maher Freshman Squad--Leibson's buzzer beater, picking locks, and beating
Medfield. The corner in AP Euro was the best part of sophomore year. Best sleepovers
with rockband, halo, and throwing old meat at houses, always with the third random
kid. Junior year was East Dedham forever. Tucc and Dahl were my 2 am boys. Samp
Is life. Grounded for Summer 1 0. Everybody's a debate team captain. FIFA and chillin
after school. I love you Leibson, you'll be my boy forever.
I will always remember WHS Class of 2011. Making Strides, sephora. Wildcat Camp,
scavenger hunts=death, hair touching circle, barn of dreams, PHEASANTHILL, butterfly
and Eskimo kisses, staring contests, stupidhead, claps. The cape, raspberry chocolate,
magic shows, monsterjam, SUMMERJAM, megagroup? TSwift, Nflarshfield, student coun-
cil, BlOgrouplovespotus and nickelodeon, fire and ice, everyone cried, Spanish notebook.
AP Physics... Spain with Manny and the magic stick, giggle chuckle, EDC, morning walks,
lazer tag? Double dates, home videos, buh, are you in your hunger? lanky MB, cannibalism,
twin Rebecca, nding in on brooms. Anne's and small cranapple luices. UK '1 1 .
Hey, wassup Westwood!!! I had a nice experience at this high school. I enjoyed each
and every moment of it. I'm going to miss all the fun times I had with my friends. From
goofing around in free blocks to making my fnends/teachers laugh in all my different
classes. I want to say thanks a lot to all my teachers who were there for me from the
beginning to the end< and thanks to all my friends for being there when i needed a
shoulder to lean on Love You guys!!! Off to College :-)
WHS has been a journey of discovery, laying the ground work for me to find what I am
truly passionate about.
I have made so many amazing fnends dunng my four years at WHS and will miss
them all so much. I will always remember Friday night sleepovers with Mary, Elena and
Eliza. Musicals: Brigadoon, Evita, How to Succeed--cast bonding and all my favorite
underclassmen <3. Kaja. Puerto Rico. Skiing. The chorus room. Secret Santa's. Late
night talks on skype and long car rides. Thank you to my friends and family for always
supporting me. I love you guys!
Over these past four years here, I would like to give my thanks. Thank you for being
my sister, mother, and best friend. Thank you for your friendship these past years and
more to come. Thank you for all of the inside jokes we no longer remember. Thank you
for encouraging me continuously during class. "It well may be that we will never meet
again, in this lifetime, so let me say before we part, so much of me, is made of what I
learned from you, you'll be with me, like a handprint on my heart..."
Grubfests at Mary's. Freshman year sleepovers. Georgia with Alanna. WHS theater:
Zombie Prom. R&G Are Dead. Evila, Arabian Nights, How to Succeed. Hug circles.
Cast parties. Dance parties on stage. New York trips. BST Skiing at Alex's. Merrowvista
summers. Jamming to Mary's inspirational CDs. Sports games for the anthem with
Elise. The HH. Thank you to my family and friends, I love you all. Whether I met you in
kindergarten or in high school, I treasure all of my high school fnendships and the amaz-
ing times I've had. Also, thank you to my teachers for guidance and inspiration.
Marshy (the bucket, MJ video). Summer. JP Licks at 10. Pillow. Halloween. T.Swrft.
Slightly Stoopid. John Mayer. NYE 1 1 . Chase Estates park. Prom 09 10 1 1 . Powderpuff.
Da pup. Xmas parties. WHS Fball 09. FL to NJ. Atlantis, Punta Cana, Cape, NH. Maine.
Rockport (AKL), Call, Canada. ED! WCC Trip 61 08. PC 09. K&M-dedication intnsivA.
Killer B's, something dirty?!, banquets, competitions, recitals, ap & aap, hay girl hay!,
nursing home, spiritual eyes. Gold's. SHOSH/Sock? Too many to write, can't wail to
raise our kids tog ether <3 Friends & family I'll miss you, thank you for everything.
MuNcHklnO-loveyoubt, managerO9&10, "David', wolfboy, skinikka, drop it like its hot,
apples+oranges, hamburgers+cheeseburgers. the "busVairport, THE Monday afternoon,
FblockloveOg, prom(the 3 musketeers)... "love the life you Irve, live the life you love"
There's no way four years can be summed up in a box, so I'm not even going to try.
The past four years have been amazing and went by too quickly. I will never forget all
the lifers, games of pass the marker in the little theater (WAFER!), prom, BST, fun food
fridays, Olivia & my 1 6th birthday party, hallway laps m the morning, teen center dances,
Spain, and of course all the amazing theater productions including Evita and Bngadoon.
To all my friends, thank you for being crazy and making me laugh all throughout high
school. I'm going to miss you all!
I'm going to miss swim team and pasta dinners and Kate sing 'American Honey" I'll miss
hanging out with Maria all the time and being part of her family since we don't have friends
and babysitting with you since you like children. I'll miss sitting in your room watching the
'Euro Training" episode of my wife and kids which we still laugh at... I will miss working at
the pool with Erin and making bracelets in the rec van while Sean and Maura decide if we
should take 95 North or 95 South. And I will miss making smores with Kate.
Saturday sessions, Halloween fiasco, the free corner, French class family, "the life
of pogace", GUISHI AND NANA!, Ani's cookies, breaking cameras, WELCOME TO
AMERICA, L^ KLMJDIAA, why is bev on the floor? There are memories that will be in
my heart forever I just can't think of them nght now. My friends mean the worid to me
even though I don't always get to be with them. To Ailyn, Andrea, Ani, and Klaudia I love
you guys so much. Thanks for being there for me and there will never be a second of
my life next year when I won't be thinking of you. BAK I GOT YOUR BACK<3
I did my first play ever at WHS and I've loved being on stage ever since. I really found a
home with theater, and that is what I'll remember most, because I've met some of the
most amazing, caring, talented people through it. I blinked and now I'm there.
Starting as a new student last year. I thought it was going to be hard but with all of the
great people that surrounded me it was such a blast! Everyday brought a new memory
and I'm going to miss everyone! Jessie, Jess, and Jacinta, you helped me through so
much! love you giris!
'We laughed until we had to cry, we loved right down to our last goodbye, but over
the years we'll smile and recall, for just one moment. ..we had it all' NapChap, State-
Champs '09, SKAR, Oreo Brownies, 162 Far Reach Rd, NC'11, Elite8/F9, spot, on-
the-run 52's, BIO, Mr. Samp. NSC, the bench, WWU\Xremix, bonfires, JP licks, ted-
dybear sunrise, panera, renonz G-block, midnight harry potter, 4A: AL, AD, AW, salwa,
youth-ln-rebel, brooms up, Syracuse x2, jackmans pool, bubbling-brook, project lab,
crazy and reckless, bronco rides, it begins and ends with us, coconut-almond-chlp <3,
TRIO(AL SB EM). ..best years of my life, no regrets.
I will miss making PB&J's at
Hurley's, getting attacked
by bats during manhunt.
Tennis singing on the bus.
Track ninja assain and car
rides home, seeing ghosts
with Olivia and od, ice fish-
ing with kfed and vlto, DJing
with matt and kevin, Dylan's
trampoline. GT, monkeyball,
kanjam, and Spam,
"I have genuinely enjoyed my time at WHS, All
the laughter, tears, and times I tripped down the
spiral stairs, even with all the broken bones has
been worth It. To all my wonderful friends I love
you guys you're the best. I can't believe we are
finally done, it's been a good ride. Congrats and
good luck to the class of 201 1 !"
I will always remember being part of the daily grind with kp dt jw ps ms Ip and mm,
Prom 10', New Years '11, WPT trips, Banls's house, 9/19/2010 Rascall Flatts con-
cert..., Buffalo Chicken Subs at famous, 4 years of varsity golf with DK, some Zake
Tucke, K Tucke, JP, Archie and Kringle, Experiencing Mr Beans class. Homeroom in Mr.
Mao's, PEH R.I. P. my friend, Mr. Joe Leibson noble steedsons legend, wish you were
here for senior year.
today IS gonna be the day that they're gonna throw it back to you... dreamteam, summer
nights, pt.1&2, ridin' solo to CALIFORNIA, rach renee ali k& katlej, lezzies fo lyfe lolz jk,
trying to be the core four, romping in the golden nuglet, isynsm, myoreo, the good & bad
times with the chipmunks, zippythepenguin, ianesaysyoudontevengohere, bbz, niqolas
lubs yew, KG represent, friday night hibachi ohyeaohyea, dally maoing, gtz avoiding kel-
logg, dting nerd friends, vp2 all the way MAM<3, harlowestates, lolz gtz whs laxgurlz out
DEUCES ...by now you should've somehow realized what you've got to do.
Erin -t- Nicole thank you for being my best friends through it all, Eliza- Georgia '09 and
thanks for being my lifeline. Field hockey love, bus rides, Wilson's brownies, 4A-AL, AD,
AW, "It begins and ends with us"-Anne Lally Prom '10, A225 captain with em. Hockey
memories, Puerto Rico '09 with Alex, I'll miss the package deal and D free. Europe
'1 1 with Jessica, love you jessypoo. smgtz. Thank you to my friends and family for an
amazing high school experience.
It may be a little cliche and cheesy but I honestly am glad for meeting the people I have
met at WHS. Chemistry class was fun helping each other on the homework and joking
around, even playing BS during lab blocks. I've had a great time sharing inside jokes
with friends and meeting a few new people during these four years.
Carpe Diem, gts whs, gts... james joyce on the bus, tom<3, anti jokes, whaaaaaaaat,
girls doo doo doo doo doo doo, haloween, haloween repeat?, 10 points for gryffindor!,
wizard sleeve, franco's the man, 19-80 "I went to the woods because i wanted to live
deliberately, I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, to put to rout all
that was not life and not when I had come to die discover that I had not lived." -Henry
David Thoreau Caroe Diem
These past four years have been the best. I will definitely miss Eladio practices, Murph's
after 7 AM practices, the lacrosse team, track, throwin down at jazz. The Brotherhood,
the path, rec ball, failed study groups, driving around with nothing to do, Aaron's, fris-
bee, and the cool walk. I want to thank everyone: family, friends, and teachers for mak-
ing my experiences unforgettable. And to our class, I have never seen a more motivated
group of people, we are ail bound to succeed.
It has been a long and great journey, but there are many more to come.
Big things happen for the class of 1 1 '
"I dont really know what happens from here, but somehow, it's ok. I mean, sometimes
it's better when things aren't perfect, at least then, you know they're real." Dreamteam.
wolverine/zippythepenguin, janesaysshutup, myoreoforever TEENAGEDREAM, romp-
ing in the stal, magic powers. BONEZBROTHERZ, thanksgiving weekend HAPPENED-
boys. Romdawg. Ey Booboo, ISYNSM, Katz, K|, and Rach Renee forever the LAX
Guriz way Katie J a.k.a J Money Beats, time afta time niqolas style. "Class of 95'!"
"Sweet Caroline, good times never seemed so good, I've been inclined To believe they
Stalking adventures, grub sessions, field hockey Xaverian shows, skyzone, neon rave.
Bus 1 0, Halloween costumes, voice recital fiascos, summers at MBG, Ionian Village '09,
the 4 of us, spooky world, freshman friday night sleepovers, skiing at Alex's, BST, Chilis,
getting kicked out of the library, STORY TIME! I have had so many memorable moments
in my four year of high school, and they will never be forgotten. I love you guys!
We started in a circle telling jokes before freshman football, now twelve of us are planning
a trip to Punta Cana. Times change. Times change even more dramatically next year but
the memories of high school will be with me for good. D Day Sophomore Halloween,
Prom Weekend, We are the Juniors, Boston Tnps, Jv Baseball, special Obby Medway
vs. Westwood, Friday Night lights! Batman Pat! The Delia park event. The "sports" ca-
reer Sophomore Cyo Basketball. Mississippi and those Cots. Tumble bus and McDon-
alds stop. High schools been great and the future is bright. "Live the Dream"
'1 1 was our ytdl
10 months of school
9 high school shows
7 classes a day
6 science courses taken
5 snow days (almost!)
4 best friends
3 nights of sledding
When I first began my high school journey I assumed the worst. I never thought that I
would have such great moments; moments like when my whole cafeteria table started
yelling about babies with rabies. I'll never forget the look Mr Mao gave us. I never
thought that I would meet so many great friends, whether they would be older than me.
or younger than me. I'll always remember walking through the halls and seeing all the
different colored hair that my friends had. But, after making it through the journey I will
always look back on it fondly.
Chemistry with Mr. Bean and Mrs. Gibb, English with K-Money, the Amigoship de Hom-
bres, Clapsis and Ron Kind, OJ's Glove and Furber, The Safety Dance, desk pyramids
with Hawes and PJ, The Football, the Claptop, the Beatles, 12th Night, Zombie Prom!.
Rosencrantz/Guildenstern, Evita, Arabian Nights, How To Succeed, Gen. Kirby the
George Washington Carver exhibit, crazy Russia on the T, 200% tip. Providence run, Ms.
Brown, Mr. Frankenfield, Roche Bros. Hard to believe I'm graduating-seems like yester-
day I was in 3rd grade, let alone freshman year. Thanks for a great 1 2 years Westwood!
6AMIGAS "best trents". Dixie
Dudes. Summer crew. Landshark.
Nantucket-juice bar, Peter, survi-
vor. MV-Themo, Bo, bndge. Cape/
Kathy's. PUNTA CANA '11, Annual
Rascal Flatts concert. Friday movie
nights. Saturday mall trips, kara's
driving point system, bretts attic.
TBF. zig-zag drill, sheehan. bentley
camp, hypochondriacs, joey ain't
no mountain high enough, bsatplac.
peppenng. loners, emo pics. bts.
sky guy lunch with Michael, sister-
hood, car rides to franklin, super-
fans, superheroes. cavegirls. go nelly taylor swift, hull, lax? BIO. samp, real voices.
"Yesterday brought the beginning, tomorrow brings the end, and somewhere in the
middle we became the best of friends."
I will miss the package deal with CD, PB and J's at Hurley's, hanging out at Huriey's with
the guys, ski patrol with Hurley, skiing with Levine at Sunapee, long passing with Joe
at soccer, hockey games with Alanna, pushing my truck with OD, Jamie, Levine, and
Shayan, and late nights with OD and Jamie hanging out with my dad.
Holthouse's physical science class, hanging out at Alana's house. Sweating bullets at
cams house with chich. Sporting events especially football games. Jim's drama and
behind the scenes classes. Taco bell runs after school. Calling cam a chap. Throwing
water balloons out of walshes minvan. The Lobos are always a lock. LOS LOBOS.
SWAMPY, STINK; some of the various words chich and I came up with: All things that
I will remember forever
"If I could do It again, you know I'd do it the same" NapChap. State Champs '08 &'09.
162 Far Reach Road. Barn of Dreams. BSATBLAC. Spot. Bio'09 DS. Saturday morn-
ing bagels. Rebecca. NSC club. Panera. Safety&Fun. Koda. Elite8/F9. NC'201 1 . WW-
LAXremix. Renoz G block. Pheasant Hill. Tan woman. Midnight Harry Potter. Zoolander.
Late night pollocks. Babson CDLMKR. Cinnamon bun hug/Sephora. Butterfly kisses.
Dreaming of You/biddybiddybumbum. Starbucks? Brooms up. 2 time Keener. Stretch-
ing Cult. Shed Hopping. Lil' man/Lil' guy A225 Captains. Jackman's pool. Teddybear
Sunrise. JP Licks. Bubbling Brook. Bonfires. EAS3.
Soccer - shed hopping, walk for breast cancer, barn of dreams, clap scale, pheasant
hill, floop is a mad man help us save us, dissonance, hour-long goalie warm-ups with
Nadine, don't mess with the family Track - I'd rather be accused of murder, the DDA,
distance family bus rides. Room C and dargason. And, last but not least, French 5 is
the field of dreams.
I participated in track, soccer, and tennis. My most significant memories are: as a fresh-
man the good times in Ms. Plunkett's class, as a sophomore getting a point in the 800
m race, as a junior a year dedicated to hard work, and as a senoir year finally being
done with high school. It was a good time.
The last four years at Westwood High have been great. I'm a proud bubula from AP
Chem sophomore year. French last year was awesome, and the Quebec trip was un-
forgettable. Good times in bridge building 2010. Taking a trolley to junior prom was
classic. Meeting Areg's dad after competition last year scarred me forever I 'guess' the
four hour trip to the MFA to get two pictures was fun. but I'm fairiy confident that a mole
of ping pong balls would be enough to fill the library. Don't stop chrono-boosting that
microwave, and always remember: 2^-2 = 5
Gentlemen, Ladies, raise a glass. Tis Time to Part. Four musicals, Three plays. The
Morning Show with Kyle and Ben. Singing loudly and completely off-key Opening Day
jerseys. SNL with AJ and the guys. Politicking and Philosophizing. HOBO. PJ has no
rights. OH BILLY. Skiing with Joe and Alex. Sports jokes with Anokh. Hockey talk with
Jess. Kaja. Losing faith in Humanity. Mr. BC. "No, it is NOT cold." Cast dinners and par-
ties. Gorging myself at Saturday rehearsals. Bowling in Nor\«ood. Loud classic rock.
Proud to be politically incorrect. Euro. US. Gov. Lang. WELL ISN'T THAT SPECIAL.
Don't Stop Believing Class of '1 1 !
I will always lovee all of my friends. chet/ROVER/paul, the durangy POP. Falmouth
Heights, hitch hiking, Westport, Dre's palace, Cantoon, SCUMMIES, Fran's barn, the
tree..., Robbie's Residence, Priestley home, beach trips, ERRA'S house. New Years '1 1 ,
Halloween, Wal-Mart, RascakCountry Fest-hSummer Jam..., Tswiift, Slightly Stooopid,
kissing COLLIE. Derek's pad, malika/mom. Pepper spray.., V'BALL, fball+hockey
games, BG's, OTR, PMAC. Prom, MURPHS... marshfeild. "like my mark Jacobs bag",
NYC, POWDER PUFF, YalllllDa's, sbqspfjcuse, cyber pokes, "Cause were the JOU-
NYAAS", PH 02.28.10.
Mississippi 09' and 10', not playing freshman football, sophomore year halloween
boom box. Charing many Lars with Mikey Hal, Varsity hockey Getting the five tree tree
at New Garden with the hockey team, fun at the park in Chase Estates, Junior prom
night- early bed time..., March maddness, OTR and Starbucks for hours, McDonalds,
Halo 3 on Xbox live with kpow and tuc, westport, minigolf with westport crew, Deep
convos about life, rip peh. OFF TO COLLEGE!
Greece. Baylors Brain Gang. Dennis Dixon. Junior Fun Bunch. Oprah. Baxter. The
Heist. Chase Sneak Outs. Q's Couch. Sandman. LSU. Papiiii. Prom in West Dennis.
The last four years have gone by so
fast. I want to thank my mom for al-
ways being there for me and my little
brother I love you both very much.
To my friends no one else can make
me laugh until I cry, I wouldn't have
made it through High School with-
out you. and I can't wait for our next
adventures. I will always remember
Jersey Shore at Juliana's, my bad
luck, trips with Erin, road trip with the
O'Connor's, Panera, TJ's, the CVS
guy breakfast regulars, haunted
houses, Latin class, the fortune tell-
er, eyebrow trips, and many more.
Get Money... Get Paid
I will never forget my friends I love you all. Cape, Westport'10, OTR, Canton, Dres,
Robs, Attlewood invades Leighas. "no Shelly we can't dye your hair because we're
boerd", football games, BG Always and Forever<3, "alright cone", PaulyR.Chet. Rover.
NewYears'1 1 , "this one time me and steph...", i do it way bettaaa, ayo sean you mista
kingston, brucejenners occasional apperances, mickyd's parking lot, "like sawwrrryyy
im hot", "RAHHBEEE", trips to sandy tanorama and tj trips, last day of school sopho-
more year, Sundays by the pool with christa, leighas 16th birthday dinner, walmarts best
customers. countryfest=fail, "the class of 201 1 was god's way of saying i exist", i love
Extravaganza '10, Gudda Gudda, Bretts Attic, murphs. Boston, Falmouth, Punta Cana,
Sheehan Fields with Quinn and Mike and sean?, Medway vs Westwood football game, Wild
Bill, Windows, Base Jumping out of archies window, tighten the system, "Kinda Nice"
summer '10. DQ's always&forever war stories. 100 mcnuggets. late night mcds.
Pmac<3. sophomore year, plain jane. diva, nights at the greel< palace, capeside. legend-
ary getaway at Vals. the volvo. magic tricks. POPES, marshfield. Sbffl. Westport. Prom
'1 O&'l 1 .chicky. trackies. Thanks to my friends and family, I love you all.
I'll never forget the four years I spent
at Westwood High. My friends
mean the world to me: we have had
too many good memories to count:
Crystals, paneras, hanging out at
alannas. and making are weekly
trip to tjs. My friends have made
my time here the most memorable
times of my life. Thanks to my best
friends NM and AL for always be-
ing there for me. "What you do with
your life is just one-half of the equa-
tion more importantly it's who you're
with when you're doing it"-DS
To be honest I don't want to be remembered in any particular way because everyone
has a different opinion of me. I am who I am and I say what I feel, and if you care, you
don't matter. My friends, and those who don't care are the ones who really matter. I'm
going to miss all the fun, and all of the good times with my friends over these past four
years. I hope you all had as much fun as I have, and I wish you luck for the future.
so the point of this whole expression thing is to sum up all 4 years of high school in
1 00 words. ..it's not possible, because there were good times and horrible times, good
times like Baylor's stats class and Daniels' science class back in freshman year, there
were also some gross times, like English class last year, i will never forget. ..good luck to
everyone graduating and going out to the real world.
1 demand nothing extraordinary from my legacy at Westwood High School. It was an
interesting ride: 1 learned, 1 struggled, and I grew. I just hope I'm remebered as that chill
kid in the halls and nothing more.
I will miss my cross country and track teammates, the xc all states and camping trip
with the team, TVL championships, Kan jam and frisbee games. Hurley's basement,
those halo nights, Jake and Amir, golfing with old business books. Take me away Dave
Darell remix. A Thousand miles, Darius & Finlay, Call on me, age of empires against
Shayan, Snatch vs Cool Runnings, Kfed and his boat, fireballs with Steven, NH trips,
and reflecting with Shayan over what just happened.
Westwood High has been great. I'll never forget Quebec and wattattatau, chipotle bur-
ntos with Mr. Schwanbeck, the field of dreams also known as french 5 with Ms. Ayka-
nian, naked people in french movies, Roger et Igor, gefilte fish with Ms. Felton, baseball
at Martha Jones and homeruns, furberopoly. Prom '10 and I'm sure Prom '11 will be
great too. Going to college will be great but I'll miss everyone so much. Success is right
around the corner for all of us. I've got stacks like the international house of pancakes.
Seniors 2011!! BAK<3. Klaud, Bev, Ans. Dre, Ewica. Yeartxxikers! Stories in A157. Corn-
bread and lab group laughter. The Pathfinder. Beach trips. Boston trips. Rockport. Duxbury.
Amandas. Jackie's trampoline. Foreign prayers. The Life of Pogace. Pronn201 1 . "Remember
Ans, we're in public." Clam bakes. Bike rides. Arguments. 2AM mac 'n' cheese. Welcome to
America. YA CLfTE! Gas station and sailboats. Ya know what I mean. Did we have a good-
time? "One day your life will flash before your eyes. Make sure its worth watching." Thank you
for making it worth it <3
B.A.K. always & forever. Lyny, Bev, Ans, Drea, Erica. Yearbook family Green Years..
I_A KLAUDIA. Can you feel it? Who's there, I call the police. Ya no. Gym dates. Dinner
dates at Ani's & Ericas. It's finee. Mother goose. Klaudypants, Klaudhopper. Bit of a
chunkah ehhh. Egor. Make an assessment. Savage. Are we girls? So whatcha eat
today? Playing cards in Duxbury. Erica's pool. Pre- Judice. Beach trips. JLO. Praying
behind the fridge with lyny. Prom 201 1 . "I hate people." "Remember Ans, we're in
Memories have been made since coming to ttie wood. BBALL, Baseball. My Spanish affair
Concerts - Rascal, TSwift, Country Fest, and all ttie ottiers. Brett's, Ouinn's. Rlbin's and Greek
House. Vals 50. Danny's cape house. Falmouth with my dudes poolside at ttie Sestito house-
hold. Capehouse. Me chauffering. Yalda's crib. The swag. "We nde together... bad boys for
life" My dudes - thanks for great high school memories. One Love: BS, QW, DM, JM, BE, CT,
AN, SC, GR CM. WS, MF, DV, DD, MH, SA, CM My closest girts - YR, CD, SS, NR EY you
were the best friends when I needed a girt option. Without them I'd be lost.
"We live for the nights we'll never forget with the friends we'll always remember" Cross
country and track. Marshfield kidnapping. Football games junior year. Yalda's. Leigha's.
Sierra's freshman year TT. Where's Patty? Walmart. OTR. iCarly game. Biology crew.
Six Flags. New Years '09. Summer Jam. Gnome hunting. Falmouth. Planet smoothie
trips. Fresh and Soph soccer and basketball. Distance. Nobody do it like we do. WHS
Class of 201 1 .
High school was, sparky and fergie ferg, basement, Spain, "he's skipping!", triples, fist-
pump, and "wicked!". "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow"-Albert
I'll never forget my friends, robs, being a BG. DMB, rover/chet/pauir, "the juniors",
poppy + westport, the durango, "now your steph right?" OTR, new years '1 1 , week at
DIVAS, meeting collie buddz, vals, dres, PMAC, football games, simba, limo at rascal.
CANTON, loving dave, springweekend. SOP. Christa (sistas). malika/mom, franny's,
10/20/07. Beach trips, powderpuff, murphs, sligfitly stoopid. Sailing "These are the
days that bring new meaning I feel the stillness of the sun and I feel fine, sometimes
when the nights are closing early I remember you and I start to smile" 1 1/1/10.
Junior and Senior Year Wisconsin licence plates, Reppin Show Team. Packers win
the Super Bowl the year after I leave. 2(Football -i- Track) + 2/8 terms in study 2 Time
Keener. New Years 201 1 . the van - ask David about it. Not getting in fights at Legacy
JP Licks runs - 30-i- over junior April break: Shane. Fran and Leigh, that lady with the
blue shirt and umm, ya know... 3000 senior year snow days. Procrastination. 33
classes with Brett - seeing Anthony in the history wing hallway And. of course. Brad
taking my lunch.
It doesn't get much better than this". CC10. dres palace, PMAC, Leighas, VbaliOQ,
Divas house, 12108 swimming oceans, tim mcgraw, rascal flats, countryfest, limo ride
with Shrek, Summer 10, Marshfield, New YearslO, Gregs, prom weekend, "night ding
ding", get this, yayas. Mods parking lot, valentines day 08, Junior year, PlainJane, ATJ.
I love you all. I could not have asked for a better group of best friends. . ."If you leave this
choice up to me, I'll stay young forever"
Some people come into our lives and
quickly go, but some stay for a while,
leave footprints on our hearts, and we are
never the same. Always remember that
the times you enjoyed wasting, were never
wasted. To my sistas from another mista:
SH.AJ. JA.'you are truly a good time. To my
brothers from anotha motha: ■AA.CM.NR
CT MS.QW* much
love. Be the change
you want to see in
the world because
obstacles are put in
our way to see if we
really want to reach
"I don't know where I'm going, I don't know what I need, but I'll get to where I'm gonna
end up, and that's alright by me." AC, SV, LCJN- love you all. the jetta, rellos, "you got
that?", so dedham. Thanks Mom, Dad, Jenna, and Eric for all the love and support. It's
been a long ride, and I can't say I'm sad that it's over
WHS has been a memorable place for my teenage years. I think what I will miss most
are all the bonds I have made with my swim girls, and high jumpers. Some WHS mo-
ments I will always remember are Schwanbeck's F block class, and always sitting in
the same spot at the cafeteria. People who have been important to me are all of my
teachers throughout the four years I have been here because they taught me not to
give up and to work hard for what I want to achieve. I want people to remember me as
a funny outgoing, friendly person, with many goals and good ideas. I will remember my
time at WHS as an important part of my adolescence where I became a young woman.
I will always remember the friendships that I have made here.
Never forget these years, and keep the memories alive. Kringle, kpow, mo williams, tuc,
bob law. Westport 201 0. LP MM love you two. Canton all day- GP JL SB. A and D free-SH
Jl SS FD ST MS CA JL. Fo free day- PS RH. Jay-z concert- dj tuc and pat single son. MO
DK MH ZP CP DMB 06-10 w/ pes. cruisin with archie. Creative writing h block changed
my life. See u in rica son. UK1 1 . Swizzursky. Leibson.
Sterkins. Coaching with sqwilliams. V squad soccer-
mcds after sandwich. WHS Class of 201 1
Amigoship de Hombres, Male Dance
Captain, The Man Chant, Manni and
the Spain Trip, Run-in at a Spanish
McDonalds, Discoteca Time, Winter
Olympics in Spain. WHS Shows,
Bngadoon, Twelfth Night, Zombie
Prom, R&G are Dead, Evita, Arabian
Nights, H2$, Cuukies, Dust in the
Wind, City Lights, Junior B Block
Kato, Bowling Champ, Laser Tag
Champ, The Point System, A Pizza?,
Twins of Deception, Wiffleball, Middle
School Crew, Math Class with Clif-
ford, Spanish with Senor, Captain
My Captain, Nicholas Cage and the
Bees, Providence, George Washing-
ton Carver Exhibit, Legend -wait for
"So I stand back to reflect in this town I hate.
And at least just for a second, I think I might stay"
-The Rocket Summer
I will miss Dylan's trampoline, AoE, take me away Dave Darrell remix, halo till 3am for
the month of midterms, manhunt at Sennot's, Da Rockwilder, EDC, chipping Feldman,
Franco, Kan Jam in Rochester, our reputation in debate, Murphs, Games club, the
quest, Icefishing, the Super Mario Dance, being in the Dave Maher zone, FIFA, racking
up subway rewards, post-Spanish goodtimes, ABP and Borders, the game in Spanish
class, and sitting with OD on my couch wondering what happened
"3 words that describe me: hardworking, alpha male, jackhammer... merciless. ..insa-
tiable." (The Office), abandoned highway and Dylan's house. D and G free. Hockey
team and hockey Bus. Bad raps and cruising in Cody's car Mackshacks at my place.
Rage comics and raisin's face. Movie club. Melanie's notebook. Frisbee Club. Spanish
project goes down in history. Senor Kelly's class unreal.
^HrJM < fLi^'Ji .
"Patience- faith-openness, is what the sea has to teach. Simplicity- solitude- Intermit-
tency... but there are other beaches to explore. There are more shells to find. This is only
the beginning" 2.6.10, slurpz, ginny, l.a.h.s.. All I Want for Christmas is You, dreaming of
you/biddybiddybumbum, 7.4.10, BRS, split-ends, 'it was a big hill man', little red, swim
team conference champs, $, YOMPS, strawberry shortcake, turkey piecking, beliebing.
Sophomore Halloween "The Boombox", Falmouth, 4th of July, Murphs, Buckmaster
BBQ's. Greece, New Years, E.Y.M.B.F. 11:11, The Condo Weekend, Prom Weekend
@ Dans, Posty Chauffeur, "Sick Flick", LeBaron, Brett's Attic, Sophomore CYO, Heist,
South Beach, Quinn's Couch, Baxter, The iHome, Football, Hockey, Baseball, Mango's
Colossal Spring '09, Live The Dream, Martha's Vineyard, Archie's, 7th Floor, Punta
Cana 6.22.11, Rascal Limo, Kenny Snoop, Boston Trips, "Don't Ever Let Somebody
Tell You You Can't Do Something"
I'll miss talking to all of my friends, giving everyone high fives in the hallway, and listening
and singing along to my music while working. Thanks to Ms. Raffol, Mr Renoni, and all
of my other teachers and aides for a great four years! "Don't stop believing."
"I love music, any any kind of music. I love music, just as long as it's groovin"
I will certainly miss high school, my friends more than anything else, the good times we
had. the dry spells, hanging out in basements, backseats, backyards, and beaches.
New Years mishaps, Halloween '10, football games. XC, track meets, the ski bus, junior
year driving adventures, awkward cape visits, awkward touches, and awkward words
French class antics, France '11, making plans in A Block free, anatomy doing no work
F block, senioritis (starting freshman year), studio' art madness, A121, and everything
else.The possibilities are limitless from here: do work and keep in touch.
High school was a cra-
zy, stressful, dramatic,
chaotic, hilarious, won-
derful mess. It seemed
to drag on forever, and
then it suddenly flew
by Over the course of
my four years at West-
wood High, I have made
not all of them nerdy
that I know will stay with
me for the rest of my life.
My amazing friends and
the moments I've shared with them will remain a
part of me even after the graduation date I thought
would never come. And... I guess I learned some
math and stuff.
Buckmaster BBQ's, Sophomore Halloween "The
Boombox", Marthas Vineyard Trips, Boston Trips,
Casey's Baseball Party, Dan and DVE, Bretts At-
tic, The Greek Palace, New Years, Quinns Couch,
The iHOME, Papa Post, BB, 6/22/1 1 , Prom Week-
end @ Dans, 3, Skinny 's, Baxter, WW Football and
Baseball. LTD. 7th Floor, Running Show, The Con-
do Weekend, Murphs Crew, Shafeur Post
Maiek, Kevin, Joe, Derek, Rob, Lily and Michelle. Rob's every weekend. Canton and the
shark. Goin to Walpies. Paul Hanley Trips to Westport. Westport after prom. Asa's. Dover
Road, North Street, Sandy St. Tims. Trips to HanA/ich. STERKA. All at Sea. Carpe Diem.
Carpe Noctem. The Bungalow. THE KID. Jay Z with Derek and Malek. Tampa with Kpow.
Jen, Sarah and Georgia. Remember Joe Leibson.
Rocky Woods. Snacks. Reasoning. Costa Rica
201 1 . The bridge. The text to Malek. Golf team.
Archie's car. The Liberty Flip. Junior Year Fall.
6AMIGAS. Bestfrentsforever, the Pyramid, the Sisterhood, MV trips, PUNTA '11, Ras-
cal, Landshark, Falmouth, Kathy's, ACK, Hull in March, superheroes and superfans,
BSATPLAC, Ain't No Mountain, Piano serenades. Sat morning bagels, I whip my hair
back and forth, the Sitting Duck, the attic, A121 , 6 Flags, the Roof, flat tire, trip to Rl,
Miami 09, pretzel m&ms, $$S, "Let me out of this car NOW", hairy legs. Sectionals,
States, Walk for Hunger, WA, area. Prom 09,10,1 1 ."Truly great friends are hard to find,
difficult to leave, and impossible to forget."
"Believe in yourself^ Dream. Try. Do good." Thank you to my friends and family for four
amazing years of high school- movie nights, car rides, endless chats and sleepovers,
BSATPL^C, team free block, and so much more. Good luck and I love you all. Four
years went by too fast. There are too many memories to even write down. The Corey
look, shore reunions with Nicole, mornings with Leigha, driving Christina every morning,
my husband "David", latin class: the good and the creepy, basically being Laura's math
teacher, most of tennis, "senior trip" with Callee... um...just the two of us, Yaaa maaan
Jamaica Maaan! Tennis lessons with McKenna and Lenny, Dr. Earls' grammer lessons:
SUAVE! The dog LAY! , and of course Christina's and my love Topanga
Weekends at Greg's house with Wiff, Halo 1 , pool, ping pong, Mrs. Keene's ever pres-
ent video camera and a good group of kids. Freshman year soccer with N.D., Eric and
Maiek- "Worship me" "She cast a spell" "Swoosh", Freshman year Guitar Hero with
Leib and Jdub, J.V. Lax with Goodwin, No explanation needed. Eladio Sanchez. N.C.
2010- best week of my life. C.A.-"People don't actually put napkins in their laps do
they?" D.V.E.- "Kelly Slater back from a 5 year hiatus!" D.V.E.- "VAN PERSEY". Cruises
through Kev's neighborhood, pick up basketball every friday, are we reachin'? Get-
tin' social, the Fedorowicz cackle. D.D.- "I wasn't serious" "I didn't mean that". Some
memories from the best 4 years of my life (so far).
1 00 words or less? I'll miss high school and here's
a short list of things: Cody's car. My house, Spain,
Sunday River, Ski Utah, Spanish 4, Frisbee, Prom,
Llama, Leibson, Fenway, Roche Brothers, Our
terrible den, Brookline less often, XC.
5am hockey practices. Chillin at bretts. MV Hockey Season. My good friends. Anatomy
class. Schwanbeck. Doughnuts with Ore after hockey Run show with willie. kg where
ever you go next year i still got your back no worries. Vito bro hug. Brad Greece. Brett
my 5th brother. Riding that scooter around during free.
"We all take different paths in life, but no matter where we go, we take a little bit of
each other everywhere." Dream Team, Hair dying. Spin and round and round', Bos-
ton Trips, Kiss Concert, Summer nights, Maine Tnp, VballlO', Softball bench. 1.17.10,
ICarly games with Nicky, Mornings with Juliana, Flo-rida, Puerto Rico, Holiday parties,
Westport 10', "Nobody do it like we do it",Duxbury trips, 3.12.10 I love you. "Here's to
the nights we felt alive... SeNiOrS 201 1 ."
Halloween 2009, car rides, cape trips, concerts, 5 wits, football games, and hanging
out with friends were some of my favorite memories from high school. My friends and
family have been important to me throughout high school and I couldn't have done it
without them. Mississippi and track have been fun to take part in and I was able to
meet so many people from participating. WHS has been rewarding and I'll miss it but
I can't wait until college starts!
High school, yesterday it started and today it ended. Yea it was that fast. I will miss the
wonderful staff that guided me through high school during the good times and the bad.
I thank them very much for helping me get to where I am today. Who knew that today
would be 201 1? Who knew that today a new chapter begins as I start my college life?
Nonetheless no matter where I go Westwood High will always be my home and my
Westwood friends will never be forgotten.
David Von Euw
"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could
miss it. "-WW Football '10-'1 1 . BBall '1 1 , Lax '1 1 , the Greek palace, Pushing the caddy
BA CT DD KG t^F... Late night Med runs. Countryfest '10, lax BBQs...Big Chillin KL
CA ND... Canton adventures... the Cape... Baylor's Braingang, the streets of providence,
Juniors' 10, Boston pickups DM WS, summer '11 and more to come. Once a Wolverine
always a Wolverine. Thank you WW High
I don't know where to begin, the crew, sophomore halloween, the boombox. late night
chase, yikesy, prom weekend at sands, falmouth, PHIL, buckmaster bbqs, bad ronald,
punta cana, rascal limo, the greek palace, mississippi, new years, the focus, the tent,
bretts attic, neil diamond, xc. just characters, the couch, boston trips, 4th of july debat-
able, and anything else i forgot. LTD.
I will always remember DJing with Matt Hurley and Matt "DangerUS" Levine through the
years. Sophomore year XC was awesome. I'll never forget all the good times we had
that spring with borealis and Birdman. Junior year tennis was a great time and I'm sure
this year will be too. Playing Ultimate Frisbee, Vollyball, Basketball, Badminton, and
Kan-Jam with the guys during summers was always fun. Spain was unreal and I hope
we can all go again together sometime. Hockey has been great the past four years.
Good luck to everyone in for years to come.
Driving around in the minivan, square dancing at Zac Brown, Figuring out that Wagazoo
was an actual thing, New Years 201 1 , Rascal Flatts 2010, WalshStreet, The cell videos,
Toby Keith, Playing football. Loving every minute of lacrosse, "zo grazee", S.L.L, Mrs.
Higgins changing my life- getting into colleges, Mrs. Ricard's class 2010, PEH, the
bonfires, fisticuffs with C.W., prom 2010, and last but certainly not least, DOUHTS!!!
Playing pond hockey with my favorite bears, the Grizzly's. KANGAS. The Buckley's.
Dtrain's House. Rage comics. Cruising tunes in the Santa Fe. Tennis Crew. Baja
Blast. Freshman Soccer, the dream team. C0D2sesh. The seat, the unsittable seat.
Mr.Sennott's mackshacks. Colin: Being chased by bandits on the highway
FH Love, 4A: AL, AD, AL. Rides in the pathfinder, mac 'n' cheese at 2 am, true friends!
tennis '09 dates with dan, yearbook family Hull adventures with mel. HEY GUYS! bos-
ton trips. ..thank god for klaud's iphone. the whiteboard and late nights with the cats <3.
camp champs '09, FX. a schlepin good time. Falmouth '10, gas stations, sailboats and
bloody toes, summer rides with meg, kid cudi, apd ed. YA CUTE! meow. MOM? the
summer of bike ndes. "Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind
don't matter, and those who matter don't mind." Sisters stick together
6 AMIGAS. Best frents forever Bean- you will always be my best friend. 11:11. BSAT-
PI_AC. Joey lil man/lil guy Saturday morning bagels, aint no mountain, sistertiood. TBF
dixie dudes, summer crew, annual Rascal Flatts concert, landshark. Nantucket-juice bar,
Peter, dead seal, survivor MV-Themo, Bo, the bndge. Cape/Kathy's. PUNTA CANA '11.
friday movie nights. Michael lunches, car rides to Franklin, superfans. superheroes. cave
girls. Bretts attic, six flags, rotaries. Kelley's roof, tubing, flat tire. 6a pyramid, honesty box.
eskimo. sheehan. Breezy- since kindergarden, love you forever. 3. "All the times that we
shared, every place, everywhere, you touched my life"
There are so many things I couid put down here I don't even know how to start. I will
always remember Sparky and Fergie theme songs and the swim soundtrack, Mrs.
Dore's AP Euro test brownies, Sr Kelly and la rana, wasted free time in the project lab,
AP Lit theme parties, and the joint-custody baby doll. Good times The End. PS. Mr
Holthouse, I promise to go into a profession that involves math or science, NASCAR is
just glonfied traffic, and Spanish is NOT useless.
^H '' -
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To Mr. Ducheneau
Mr. Ducheneau - Thank you for dedicating 39
years to Westwood High School. We appreciate
your generous spirit and genuine caring for our
community. Whether as our Spanish or French
teacher, our driving instructor, our class adviser
and prom coordinator, or our morning greeter in
the parking lot, you have made our time at WHS
more enjoyable. Thank you for all you have given us.
We wish you much happiness in your retirement.
ASi^ANI ADHAV: "He always left a smile on my face and made
sure we always knew what was going on with Boston sports."
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Anthony Antonellis Wesleyan College
Colin Arnpriester Westfield State College
Charlie Audi Providence College
Jackie Audi Mass College of Pharmacy
and Health Sciences
Joshua Babbin Boston College
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Jessica Berry Emmanuel College
Sarah Biron Johns Hopkins University
Elise Blanchard Fordham University
Kylie Blizzard University of Richmond
Ariel Bornstein Ohio University
Arnett Bracy Universal Technical Institute
Vito Bruno Stonehill College
Stephen Burke Westfield State College
Jessica Burns Catholic University
Riley Cachelin Bridgewater State College
Jacinta Calixte Suffolk University
Alison Campion Princeton University
Stephen Campion Northeastern University
Sierra Carrasco Roger Williams University
Olivia Cawley Belmont University
Nicole Chan Tufts University
Michael Cicerone Bryant University
Harry Clapsis University of Pittsburg
Hannah Coffey UMass Amherst
James Conner UMass Amherst
Paul Cook Gordon College
Erin Curran Villanova University
James Gurtin UMass Amherst
Samuel Cutler Northeastern University
Francesca DeBenedictis Northeastern
David DeCenzo Providence College
Caitlin DeLorey Fairfield University
John Delsignore Boston College
Jason Demarinis UMass Amherst
Christa DeMoveiian Keene State College
Ani Derderian Saint Anselm College
Samantha DeTore Syracuse University
Amanda Diiulis Keene State College
Sarah Dixon UMass Boston
Nasuf Dizdarj University of Rhode Island
Carolyn Donovan Trinity College
Jessica Donovan Trinity College
Mary Doyle Catholic University
Brett Egizi Endlcott College
Nicholas Elliot Wheaton College
Cameron Etchings Bryant University
Sabrina Farley Westfield State College
Kyle Fedorowicz Western New England
Michael Filbin Stonehill College
Alana Frangiosa Fashion Institute of
Design and Merchandising
Kevin Gavin Fairfield University
Maria Georgaklis Stonehill College
Kathryn Gililand Tufts University
Kate Ginsberg Elon University
Benjamin Glaser Towson University
Joshua Goldberg University of Vermont
John Greenwood Mass Bay Com. College
Michelle Grimaud Suffolk University
Michael Hallion University of Rhode Island
Edward Han University of Connecticut
Elise Harrington UMass Amherst
Nicholas Hawes Westfield State College
Alexander Heier UMass Amherst
Keelin Henderson Boston College
Jacqueline Henry Bridgewater State
Brett Hotter Catholic University
Shannon Hogan Notre Dame University
Tommy Hu Northeastern University
Hillary Hui UMass Amherst
Matthew Hurley St. Louis University
Ryan Hurney Roger Williams University
Jacob Indursky Tufts University
Daquira Ingram Mount Ida College
Alexandra Jackson Colby College
Louis Jacobs Keene State College
Matthew Jessup University of Richmond
Eliza Kaplan Bates College
Sydney Kaplan University of Vermont
Sophie Karpf Washington University
Katelyn Keane Bridgewater State College
Mahr-u-nisa Khan Dean College
Brianna King University of Delaware
Christina Koutris Northeastern University
Ellen Kunkel Hamilton College
Beverly Kwong Suffolk University
Maria Laham UMass Boston
Anne Lally University of Rhode Island
John Landry St. Michael's College
Nicole Lania Providence College
Michael Lannum Northwestern University
Robinson Law University of Tampa
Alanna Leahy Northeastern University
Leah Lessard San Diego University
Matthew Levine University of Delaware
Kevin Liebrock University of South Carolina
Ashley Littlejohn Wellesley College
Samantha Liu J Mass Amherst
Katherine Loiacono Suffolk University
Kenneth Long Loyola University Chicago
Joseph Lupica University of Tampa
Patrick Lyons Salem State College
Macston Maccow Berklee College of Music
Elena Maimonis Marist College
Jacqueline Martin MIT
Patrick Masi-Phelps Wesleyan University
Rachel Masotta Suffolk University
John McCarthy Providence College
Shannon McCarthy Le Cordon Bleu
Steven McCarthy UMass Amherst
Myles McDonough RPI
Robert McGee vlass College of Pharmacy
and Health Sciences
Emily McGrail Union College
Molly McLaughlin Skidmore College
Alison McNulty Carnegie Mellon University
Michael McNulty Boston College
Thomas McNulty Cornell University
Kyle Menyhert George Washington
Harry Mertz JMass Boston
Michelle Milano High Point University
Christopher Molchan Fairfield University
Lucie Montgomery University of Vermont
Nicole Moylan UMass Amherst
Fahad Munir Suffolk University
Conor Murphy Norwich University
Stephanie Murphy Westfield State College
Erica Nagle Juniata College
Dylan Nanna Roger Williams University
Andreas Nicolos Syracuse University
Erin O'Connor Furman University
James O'Doherty UMass Dartmouth
Patrick O'Donnell UMass Amherst
Annmarie O'Flaherty Westfield State
Steven O'Leary Catholic University
Mary O'Sullivan UMass Amherst
Believe Opara Vanderbilt University
Samuel Pease Drexel University
Ailyn Pestana Stonehill College
Nicole Pettit UMass Amherst
Klaudia Pogace Bentley University
Megan Porter Elon University
Nicholas Post Sacred Heart University
Kevin Power University of Vermont
Lillian Priestley Roger Williams University
William Ralph Stonehill College
Ullas Rao Brandeis University
Mike Raskin Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Isaac Rice Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Leigh Ronan Keene Sate College
Yalda Rostamnezhad Mass College of
Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Caroline Ryan Quinnipiac University
Anthony Sadler Depaul University
Shayan Salam Cornell University
Maiek Sayegh Hamilton College
Patrick Scannell UMass Dartmouth
Leah Schroeder Davidson College
Kevin Sennott Loyola University Maryland
Anna Shea Stonehill College
Marina Shkuratov Dartmouth College
Hani Singer Boston University
Pat Singleton University of Vermont
Brendan Skehill University of New Hampshire
Patrick Sleight Holy Cross College
William Smith James Madison University
William Spear New York University
Kelley Steeves UMass Amherst
Erica Sweeney Tulane University
Scott Sykowski Framingham State
Dylan Terry UMass Amherst
Amanda Thomas Stetson University
Chris Treon University of New Hampshire
John Troy Boston College
Derek Tucceri University of Tampa
Juliana Ucuz Bryant University
Leigha Valentine University of Rhode Island
Katrien Van Wagenen Bryant University
Michael Ventura Roger Williams
David Von Euw Colby College
Kevin Walsh UMass Amherst
Patrick Walsh UMass Dartmouth
Cody Whalen High Point University
Joseph Williams University of Tampa
Quinn Wilson Fairfield University
Andrea Winn Wheaton College
Erin Young Babson College
Melanie Zahka University of Maryland
leave Maddy my LOVE for Jimmy; Rosa my "GREAT judgement in relationships & our trips to McDon-
alds; Sonia my great taste in hair colors and good friendship tips lol; fi/larissa our great talks & experi-
ences with "People." • I. Anthony Antonellls, leave Jojo, the NFL; Nicky, the Volvo and goodtimes;
TJ, my Steelers snapback; Costa, my hugs: Jake, March Madness weekend; Theo, iDosers; Donovan,
BRod, Cannon, the defensive backfield; Greg, blindside hits; Thomas, Kid Cudi; Tina, my music. • I,
Colin Arnpriester, leave my stall to Diarmuid Gallagher to distribute to one of his friends.. .choose
wisely Diarmuid. • I, Charlie Audi, leave my heart to D. McDonough, M. O'Connor, and J. Murphy
And my warm hands to B. Rodenbush ;) • I, Jackie Audi, leave Paulina 62 steps across the street;
Tina, a billion Tuesday visits; Sammy laughs in the middle of the hallway; Michael and Elaina, my aca-
demic achievements (I'll be a tough act to follow); and any Audis who follow, the family legacy. • I,
Jennifer Beggan, leave Marisa, her love for Martin, contour lines, my love for xm30, and my dance
moves; Gabble, "math mcgrath"; Christa, boundanes, adventures in passat, and oreo love; Casey
trips to panera; Anna, my skill for 3 point turns; My baby sis, Sarah, rides to school • I, Kara Belinsky.
leave Caitie/Kiki freddy/middleseat, Aly first names, Laura a saw(Denise), Kate snowbanks, Keira na-
tional anthems. Jackie focus. Shelly earpieces on 109, Josh the car/chance to be eariy, Nick honks/
my heart, and Canton rink higher boards. • I, Sarah Biron, leave MScar rides. JObestlegs&athleticism.
CCgoldfish, KK&MFcape trips&lifers, LMpod, AMpineapples, BMthebest fh partnership ever. KRdanc-
ing ontheTmile, thelst catch of the day, avis, unknown terrains, no lab partner, huga... • I. Elise
Blanchard, leave Katie four fantastic years of high school, Hayley and Sarah a new Argentina, Maria
our snuggle sessions, Justin our late night lifers, Ben reign of Passing Notes, Delaney precalculus tu-
toring, and Steven our hikes at Hale. • I, Ariel Bornsfein. leave Sonia Dunkelbarger her youth; Melanie
Walsh the beauty of art; Joe Cushman the awesomeness of 3D; Brittany Dwan my legacy in LC. • I,
Vrto Bruno, leave Kate Rich my love. Brendan my ice fishing skills, Laura my driving skills, Nick Hen-
derson my basketball skills • I, Stephen Burke, leave "The Chairs" to Juniors. To Julia Tucke and Tina
Wigozki- the memory of Spooky Worid. to Madeline and Caroline Conway, my car, in hopes that they'ill
continue the craziness of the school commute. To WHS, I wish luck in filling the gap that I leave upon
graduation. • I, Jessica Burns, leave my captainship to Caroline L., Kate V, and Kaitlin H., my beta fish
and my techno playlist to Chrissy C, my art supplies to Mina R., my Enrique playlist to Glen D., and
my Mississippi work gloves to Tori H., Glen D., Billy R. and Casey B.. • I, Riley Cachelln, leave Annie
the neightxjrhood, Kate G our stretching line, Sara- the microphone, Casey-directions to BSD to visit
every weekend. Tori- tickets to KOL concerts, Abby my announcing chair, Molly B-season tickets to
my fh games, Delaney- my Spanish 5 notes, Catherine- track lifers • I. Jacinta Callxte , leave my
singing skills for Erica Vincent, dancing skills (or lack of ;) to Alenna, my sweet side to Charaine, my
side of understanding to Lauren and my fun side to Natasha. • I, Alison Campion, leave Aly women
of science; Chris the alto; Andrea and Sam the 2-mile; Meredith my sense of humor; Nora ten minutes
of silence; Caitie a box of tissues; Kiki a hug; and Greg a great four years. • I, Stephen Campion, leave
my tenor sax for Chris Lui. my soprano sax for Elidi Chan, Robotics Club for Ben Cautela and Alex
Young, my CPR certification for Ben Gantert, and the Jazz Band for Hayley Lim and Ben Gantert, • I,
Olivia Cawley, leave the Dance Force to Lee, Julia, Tina, Krissy and Molly, surviving chorus/life to
Molly, the Bronco/summer adventures to Shelly and Molly the Sweeterie to Lee. and Sharp Attack to
Lee and Julia. • I, Nicole Chan, leave Maria and Renee Gai; Kimberty the glorious Taco Nights; Camille
our wonderful memories from Spain; and Elidi my fish in her loving hands, our obsession with hams,
and our discussions about our favorite people. • I, Michael Cicerone, leave SB awkward greetings,
Elena B. awkward staring, Cushman halloween parties, John Kahn and Fieumy CYO Basketball, Ryan
Foxx Roche's, Jen Lyons the superbowl. Keeno 8th grade memories, Haddad stoags, Skeeter Halkett
behind the scenes • I, Harry Clapsis, leave Jamil F my liberal viewpoints; Ten-ence my undying love
for Jello; future AP US students my hatred of water buffalo and love of the Turner thesis; Mr Shuman
the PJ Cook/Jason DeMarinis Conversations. For those who overheard us, I hope you learned some-
thing, I leave my Term 2 C- in Pre-Calculus to any student interested! • I, Erin Curran, leave my big
blue mini van to my sister, Kayla. Also, I leave my unhealthy obsession with Harry Potter to Kaitlin,
Penguin Movie Nights I leave to Elidi, and Oregan to Maria. • I, James Curtin, leave Brian Curtin the
Mariner, my hockey talent, going bar down, the NHL 94 Celebration, bus rides home from games, and
the 6 minute drive to school. I leave Maddy the Algebra II Math class, and my heart • I. Franceses
DeBenedictIs, leave Amy Doherty Vball, Nicole Gallagher Sally Beauty Spa. Georgia Priestley Latin,
Jen Lyons food, Thomas Hanley 5 dollars, and Greg Keene senior year round two • I, David DeCenzo,
leave the Westwood Football Team to whatever captains, Scott McManus the best 3 years and maybe
my car. Token my love, Neville the Linebackers, and Zeus my full heart. • I, Caitlln DeLorey, leave
Kelley our imaginary car and awkward greetings in the hallway, as well as a temporary position as the
oldest. Note temporary. • I, John DelSlgnore, leave the t)O0th, Clementines, and lollipops to "Red"
Belinsky and B.Reissfelder; All the milk in the caf to N.Kelly; Responsibility for baked goods to C.
Bowler; Distribution of ugly sweaters and chnstmas presents to G.Giugliano; Domination of conversa-
tions and controversial answers in word games to T.Harding; Anything else to B.Leon. • I, Christa
DeMovellan, leave ShellyW-roadtrips with Leslie, Laura- an ice-bath, "special" texts, a shoe full of
"presents". Kate Rich-my dougie skills and i guesssss quince, Dani-your eamngs. JackieM-sweaty
hugs, Georgia-a great and hot senior year. • I, AnI Derderian, leave the field hockey team a better
season! • I, Samantha DeTore, leave Jackie Ventura the Buick and XC, Sydney Petta a bag for fun,
Maddie Cooke Asia, Christa Cosenza Brazil. Chris Lui and Morgan Walker algebra with McGrath, and
Matt Hoffer my undying love. • I, Amanda Dllulls, leave Maddy all of my worldly possessions. Rosa,
Christa and Casey-amazing trips to Mississippi. Chnsta-JKSD:) Molly-dedicated swim practices. Erik
Khris L.-coldstone (good luck), Nicky-the bus, Claire-my closet<3, Abby Katie, Chrissy. Sydney.
, Sina, & Thomas-studio art:) Jackie- "gun fights" in the hall. • I, Nasuf Dizdari, leave nevs mad-
Iteave sebastion my ripping abilities. I leave John khan tavarius jackson. I leave nevin dizdan my
leave oiek lis the soccer team and messi. I leave kaittyn hogan my heart • t.
'e Hannah Musto art class gossip, Molly Smith late night drives, and Casey
J IN \j Free. • I, Mary Doyte, leave Hayley my "party" necklace, Maria our car ride CD
my inspirational CD, Sarah trips to school, Kathenne a winning bowling team. Margaret the song
work and Julia my love for Garbear! • I, Brett Egizl. leave Kim # 4 and the attic, Celia the xbox ki-
1, Lyndsay my heart, Dalton ponky. Costa a meatball sub if he stays at ww. Pars a bobby light, theo
neighborhood, Nicky LBs • I, Cameron Etchings, leave the Junior Class, my sweaters; the Fresh-
men Class, my brains • I, Kyle Fedorowicz, leave Matt Hoffer sleeves, Nick Wiziaiko fuzzy socks,
Richard McDonough a banana, TJ Adams shorts and shoes. Dani Kessler my second language,
MaryKate Norton mi corazon, Kate Rich my swag, • I, Michael Filbln, leave Mike Keane in charge of Bro
BO'S and the lacrosse team, and Meghan my Jeep. • I, Kevin Gavin, leave my hustle and flow to Bren-
dan Dalton, a nice SASA to Jake Cronin, best style in the TVL to Theo Treon. and Sexton Ave to Joe
Walsh • I, Maria Georgaklis, leave Meghan the cheer team, my sisterhood and the best 2 more years
of hs, Marisa lifers being nuts together C free and twinnys forever, Rosa the three amigos & Meghan,
Ashley cowboyz. Shannon fierce cheerieaders, Anna the dream team legacy. Christa lifers and track,
Cheerteaders the best of luck -love you guys! • I, Kathryn Gllliland, leave Westwood High the opportu-
nity to join EcoClub. GSA, and Anime Club, Not many people take it, I promise the community is nothing
but welcoming. • I, Katie Ginsberg, leave Kelly Alexis, and Tracy the XC team. Court lifers, Teddy a
plaid shirt, Annie good luck surviving WA, Theo a toad and the best senior year, Brendan 1 05 points, Teej
a hug and Meredith my heart. • I, Josh Goldberg, leave Gabe the Goldberg Legacy, the care of Gabe to
Anokh P and Conor E, the task of being the glue that holds the XC team together to Matt Reissfelder, ■
and my tennis racket to ryan mcnulty. • I, Michael Hallion, leave yappa Hallion my detentions to Scotty
McManus. trouble making to Mikey paps, papa Hal to Greg, Frank the )eep to Sammy, and a big smile
to Mr, Cronin • I, Edward Han, leave a statement to Westwoood High School that, Edward J. Han is
Superlatively Supreme. • I. Ellse Harrington, leave Holly G- good times in free and vent sessions; Sa-:
manfha J- Piano lab and going to the Cafe; Camille- all the things we share, all the memones, and basi-
cally sucking at every sport we try; Renee- the Dangerous/ Destructive car ride to and from ski leam;i
Marianne- "Feel my left eyebrow," and all the jokes we share. Lane six pride! • I, Nicholas Hawes. leave
James Joyce to Brakke, the kids to Steve, the Carpool to AJ. protection of Jon to Ten-ence. the sword
to Pete, my effort to Dullea, my speed to Jon, lab skills to Erik, and Rochies Runs to David. • I. Keelin
Henderson, leave Xiao running buddies for life and made up songs with your name, the xc giris marceJ
the shell with shoes on. Shelly Sunday night dinners/desperate housewives, Nora and Liz Boothle, Kate
and Keira post parties, Kate, Laura and Keira BSATPLAC • I, Jacqueline Henry, leave Viveka total
control over whoever joins our class. Holly Griffin literally anything and everything (bleachers included,.,
oh wait); Natalie good luck/Mom and Dad all to yourself for the next six years. • I. Brett Hoffer. leave '
Molly O'Brien Mrs Gibb's hot chocolate. To Madeleine Cooke, I leave our hidden stash of gnomes. To
Ryan Mcnulty, I leave Mr Geary and Sweeney To Matt Hoffer, I leave Sydney Petta. • I. Shannon Hogan,
leave ill brazil to my sister Rose, the penguin-costume and favhandshake to Meghan, the mini, narst.
camp to Kaltlyn, hot tamales to MaryKate, headbump to Aly and Sam, #5 to Cathenne, phonecalls to
Kiki. twinz to Marina. • I, Tommy Hu, leave my Co-Captaincy of Robotics to Alex Young, the battery box
on the robot to Sean Geary, and my undying love to Gabe Goldberg. • I, Hillary Hul, leave the care of
my brother to Steven Kane, To Justin, I leave the duty to cary out the Hui legacy. • I. Jake Indursky,
leave Tina taco bell mns and LOST, Julia playing Wii and reading cyanide and happiness • I. Daquira
Ingram, Leave Santi in charge of step team. I want practice to be on M, W, F -No SLACKING!! Jk. make
sure the team's moves are on point :-). AGGY SANTi< im going to miss ya foolish self. LOL. I want you
to stay focused in school, leave the boys alone. • I. Alexandra Jackson, leave Hayley ft^e blocks in the
chorijs room, lessons on ponying to Maria, talking tackstage and learning dances to Sarah H, t)est
bowling names to Margaret, car ride convos to Julia K and singing/playing piano to Steven, • I, Sydney
Kaplan, leave Dani the mini, CTM/HTR Sharon, IntnsivA, Toby & Bravo; Gigi admirings & T.Swift songs;
Alex tallies. Chase Estates walks & trash bins; Molly & Mere Dam & WHS; B, Meg, Erin. & Kel K&M • I,
Sophie Karpf . leave JKap-Elmo. Shaq-UnblockMeFree. Kelly/Nora-Buckmaster&Boys. Liza hand hug,
Caitie-an intimate hand hug, Mere-a touch, Xiao-the versatility of her name. Tracy/Dani-Movie Club
(keep it safe). Dani-chemories&mcsweenies, and Conor-"S", Go get em. • I, Katelyn Keane, leave Mi-
chael my car; Kate trips to Panera and Friendlys: Kaitlin and Irina free movie tickets and Chillis mac and
cheese; Bridget trips to Christys; Jessica Rec Swim Team • I, Brianna King, leave Sarah and Hayley
TGI Fridays, some goats milk soap and lotion for Sarah's dry hands, and cupcake tarts for Hayley on
my words of wisdom, Flames-TransG,Laura-MIOBI,Molly-manager.Tina my boo-wolftwy.loveyaforev •
I. Ellen Kunkel, leave center stage to Sarah Hogan • I, Beverly Kwong, leave Elidi Schwani's class and
EBAYY: Bele yearbooking, clubs, and breaking beakers: Sonia GMPB, and breaking Bob; Conor E Que-
bec trip, and BST Conor D ipod...waitt1..(; : All BABY ARE YOU DOWNNNNNNN? Yearbook (A157) my
heart and my memories forever • I, Maria Laham, leave the chorus class to Tina and to keep it alive and
fun! I leave behind the Laham name to my little brother. ChartDel. Don't ruin it! • I, Anne Lally. leave my
car and fun times to Teresa: TJ's, Fresh City, Nbeats, and Ridin Solo to Laura: SKAR to Kate: CATZ,
traffic, smoothies, and free bread to Meghan and Maddie; and warm fuzzies to Alex • I, Robinson Law,
Leave Eric Burgess the golf team, Chris Frangieh my serve, Mr Bean my soul. Young Mula my rhyme
book, Jen Lyons a deeper voice, Thomas Hanley and Mith O'Brien a twenty slabs • I, Alanna Leahy,
leave field hockey to Bryn, hockey to Georgia and Molly, oreos to Tori, lifers to Alex and Molly late night '
to Molly being role models to Tucke, SB, Katie, Gary to Julia, my heart to Maris O'Connor. • I, Matt^'
Levlne, leave Terrence Hughes, Gatse Goldberg, and Olic Lis roadtnps, Jackie Ryan and Shauna Cotter
my ceramics skills. Dam Kessler my religion, MaryKate Norton my tennis skills, Conor Emerson my
speed, and Treshon Perry my car • I, Samantha Liu, leave Kimljerty the minivan with a new minnor. To
Maddie and Emily, our jokes and conversion skills from physics, and to Elidi, my seven years of bad
luck. but also a great senior year! • I. Katherine Lolacono, leave Ali Katz the vp office, my spot in mam's
heart, and my seat in mao's homeroom. I leave Coco Loiacono the golden nuglet. and four drama-free
years. Geoff & Kyle I leave you good times. • I. Kenneth Long, leave the future of the orchestra to |
Viveka Mastandrea. Ben Pincus, and the future fi-eshmen Continue to show what the orchestra can do!
• I, Joseph Lupica, leave lax to Casey 1980 to Hawrper, the track team to my apprentice Trakke, Bo- j
hemian Rhapsody to Thomas Ollerdome, my gaming skillz and lucid dreams to Conor Emerson, rock
climbing shoes to Sean Laugh, meds to Gatie, and Cory Krakowski can have Juliet. • I, Macston Mac-
cow, leave my «4 basketball jersey to Jonathan Allegrezza • I, Jacqueline Martin, leave Academic |
Decathalon to Alex, Don, and Kim - take care and keep kicking butt; Science Team to the will-be-se- i
I Yalda Rostamnezhad, leave AlexisA+KellyS+TracyD-the XCteam, TinaA+SallyM-Hblk
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:zenski to Lochlainn Macdonald. • I. Myles McDonough, leave the house to Cor
V to Seb. college soccer to Harper, skiing to Frodigh, the Mullet Master. Brods
licky, ceramics vi/ork to Richard and Hendy, rides and crazy days to Seb. • I. Ro
ritis to joe cushman and any other junior who becomes ill with this very contag
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<y at canton to Jen Lyons, Sarah Banis. and Georgia Priestley; My car to Leah; Peer Media-
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team to Grayson. Julian, and Fiume. and the car to Patrick. • I. James O'Doherty.
Caroline Kaitlin Kate- Swim Team. bball-Joey (take good care), MK and Ul- Tennis Ti
y), muffins in the cafe/physics. Anokh; his horrible puns and my hard work in pre ^o^t °-" "--^^-"^^^^ ^''" ■ "^ '°°"'' ^'''' "' ''"'°""'"'"
' I. Steven O'Leary. leave to my brother John, my Green Man i
completing the square to Delaney, long shopping trips and crazy math classes to Christa
(Coyo) • I, Christopher Treon. leave the hockey team to dalton, Jake drew and theo -take
em far and i leave these words to mart< oaks- keep that chiswick clean. TJ stay- round
big boy • I. J. Shane Troy, leave SRFZ UP to Brooke -drive it well; the neighborhood to
Ryan and Will; Soccer team to Harper. Jake. Krakowsky and Sean; Ski team to Nicky.
Frodigh Pebbles and C.J.; my legacy to Seb. and the remnants of the POD to KG; Mem-
, 3 , 3^.. . .u.c yuu uiu, ujr\c V,<11C Willie 1 ril gone. • I. Mary c- :.i. i^i .. i.,r.,-.« «, ...r,^..
van leave, Sheila- The Green Machine. Bndget- Four years at WHS. Andrea Nora l
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Emerson, holistic drinks, Goldberg Song, MAD RAD, and dugtno. because three heads S ^rrtrM^ FuZTmo ■
are better than one. Kristina. Schwanbecks love, and hugs. Pete gumballs E-monev Sl^l u, , '^"'^,™° '
«v~ cut. Terrence, rap music, Roache. Hariey And Hariey nice r^ce T /2L Pe^tena TlT^n^r f ^^ T'^'o"'' ""' ^'^ '°°'' * '' ""'"' ^°" ^"^ '
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We all love you very much and
are so proud of you.
May all your dreams come true.
Mom, Dad, Jessica, Kimmy & Evan
To Dear AnnMarie,
Congratulations on your senior year
and all four years at WHS.
We love you and wish you every
success in college and the future.
Dad, Mom, Roisin and Ravmond
You did it. We are very proud of you.
Mom, Dad, Jen and John
& Champ too!
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^M • N we have the courage to pursue them.
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H ■ Keep pursuing your dreams and know
H 1 we'll always be there to support you.
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■ B the best of luck next year.
H H We love you!
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We are so proud of all you have
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accomplished, and even more proud
of the person you have become.
Dad, Mom and Jesse
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From Mrs. Boscho to APs, it has been
a great journey. We are so proud of
you, who you are and what you have
achieved. May all your hopes and
dreams come true at college.
Love from Mom, Dad and Julia
Today is the first day of the rest of your life.
Mom & Dad
Congratulations on your graduation! *'■
Always be proud of your achievements W^
and use them to fulfill all your dreams,
Up to the sky and back]
All of our love,
Mom & Dad